Kirby Doyle & the Snows of Yesteryear by Michael McClure In 1958 Kirby Doyle’s menage on Sacramento Street, in a basement apartment of the no-man’s land between the wealthy on the Hill and the Black Fillmore District, had a Francois Villonesque air. Kirby lived there with gloriously beautiful, blond DiDi. Their space had the air of a gypsy hide-out: incense… [read this]
About Michael McClure
Michael McClure is a poet, playwright, novelist, and essayist, who is closely associated with the Beat Generation, the San Francisco Renaissance, and the 1960s counterculture. He often performs his poetry with Ray Manzarek and The Big Mix and gives poetry readings internationally. His most recent publication is Of Indigo and Saffron: New and Selected Poems.
You an visit his website at www.michael-mcclure.com.