Wait Till I’m Dead: Uncollected Poems by Allen Ginsberg (Bill Morgan, ed.) / Grove Press / hardcover When I first heard about this book of uncollected poems by Allen Ginsberg, I imagined a slim volume of “b-sides” that would be “for the completist” as my cinephile friend describes the lesser, flawed films of his favorite directors. To my surprise, it… [read this]
About Marc Olmstead
Allen Ginsberg said "Marc Olmstead inherited Burroughs' scientific nerve & Kerouac's movie-minded line nailed down with gold eyebeam in San Francisco." He's authored four collections of poetry, including What Use Am I a Hungry Ghost?, and a memoir - Don't Hesitate: Knowing Allen Ginsberg 1972-1997 - Letters and Recollections.