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Bill Bissett

Given birth to and raised within the seemingly regular confines of Halifax within the post-swing, pre-beat period, expenses bissett (his name purposefully de-capitalized like fellow poet e.e. cummings) nevertheless ran abroad (ostensibly to, yes, join the circus) at age 17 into an exceptionally compelling artistic existence. He ultimately landed within …

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Paul Krassner

While Paul Krassner does not have the immediate name reputation of a few of his cohorts (Lenny Bruce, Timothy Leary, and Abbie Hoffman), his irreverent, literate satire made him an unsung countercultural hero through the ’60s and beyond. An essential figure in the introduction of the American alternate press, Krassner …

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Timothy Leary

Most famous being a article writer and countercultural theorist, Timothy Leary recorded a collectable spoken phrase/sound montage album of sorts on the height from the psychedelic era, and released cassettes of his lectures by himself.

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