Bernard Meisler

NYC poet and impresario Puma Perla in conversation with Bernard Meisler. photograph of Puma Perl by Len DeLessio I've never met Puma Perl in real life. That is, I don't recall having done so. But it seems as if we must...

Bernard Meisler

NYC poet Eve Packer in conversation with Bernard Meisler. Eve Packer Great NYC poet Eve Packer and I spoke about the loss of our dear friend Steve Cannon, Jeffrey Epstein (Note: this was recorded in mid-July), her own ...

Mia Hansford

You ask me why I want to stop here but I didn’t say because that truck is dropping a load of steel through a graffitied plywood door and that’s the sound of a city turning corners. Didn’t say because this bench s...

Thaddeus Rutkowski

First published in Terminal! magazine, No. 14 (Philadelphia, ca. 1982) Conducted in Giorno’s home, in the building on the Bowery, Manhattan, where William S. Burroughs had his Bunker, by Thaddeus Rutkowski. TR: To an...

Bernard Meisler

Gerald Nicosia in conversation with Bernard Meisler. Gerald Nicosia An absolute must-listen for all fans of Jack Kerouac and the Beats. Gerry and I spoke about his role as an advisor to the film version of "On The Road...

Bernard Meisler

Anton Yakovlev in conversation with Bernard Meisler. Welcome to season 2 of the Sensitive Skin magazine podcast! We discuss Anton's growing up in Moscow, during the final years of the Soviet Union, his emigration to t...

B. Kold

The great poet/performer John Giorno has left this earthly plane. Here's a piece we published by him way back in 1994, an excerpt from his book, You've Got To Burn To Shine. John Giorno The Movie of Andy Warhol's Sleep ...

Marc Olmsted

ON VALENCIA STREET Jack Micheline Edited by Tate Swindell Introduction by Eric Mingus Lithic Press $20.00 Jack Micheline is not so much an unsung but undersung member of the Beat Generation, a fixture on the San Fra...

Andrei Codrescu

There is nothing to laugh at. Plato advised keeping it in: no laughter. What are you laughing at? Plato said Homer shouldn't have said the gods laugh. They laugh, you won't. He was right on the money on that. What are ...

Johanna Domonkos

blooming and decomposing moments absorbing inside me touching and my face shared in everything blooming decomposing absorbing inside me to recognize why I came to the intersecting line of something or another to make me ...

Ron Kolm

It all started with a big bang -- the sound of something heavy smashing against a wall, and it came from the apartment directly below mine. I headed out into the hallway to see what had happened, and was greeted by the secon...