Allen Ginsberg Trust launches Web site
BY Advocate.com Editors
April 09 2002 12:00 AM ET
Celebrating the works of noted gay poet Allen Ginsberg (Howl), the Allen Ginsbert Trust and San Francisco's dataWonk.com have launched www.AllenGinsberg.org. "One of Ginsberg's highest callings was to teach, and the Web as a medium offers unprecedented ability to disseminate and impart," says trust director Bob Rosenthal. The site will include two sections: the Lifeline, a Flash-based chronology of important events about Ginsberg and the Beat Generation, and the Library, which will grow to include thousands of manuscripts, text pieces, audio and video clips, photographs, and artworks.
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