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William S Burroughs night at Maggs Bros, London on 9 May

The White Review celebrates the life and work of William S Burroughs in an evening of conversation and sound in collaboration with the Counterculture department at Maggs Bros, London. Featuring a presentation by Charlie Fox on Burroughs’ spoken word recordings (expect clips of Joyce, Beckett and Public Enemy too), an interview with Barry Miles (biographer of Burroughs, as well as Bukowski, Kerouac, Ginsberg, Lennon and Zappa), and a conversation between Ian MacFadyen (co-editor of Naked Lunch@50: Anniversary Essays) and Terry Wilson (whose interviews with Brion Gysin were collected as Here to Go: Planet R-101). 

Please email editors@thewhitereview.org to reserve a space. RSVP essential. The event starts at 7.30pm, and Maggs Bros is at 50 Berkeley Square (nearest tube: Green Park or Bond St). 


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