>Russell Morse: Howling from the Tombs

>New America Media, Commentary, Russell Morse, Posted: Oct 01, 2010

I recently attended a film screening of Howl on a rooftop in New York City’s Lower East Side, shivering and alone in a crowd of hundreds. As a fan of the poem, I approached the film adaptation with some ambivalence; and as a fan of the actor James Franco, I worried that his performance would miss the essential splendor of the goofy, unrequited lover that Allen Ginsberg was at the time he penned Howl. Read full story >>

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