Note: Chapter three was previously published in Beatdom. ∘∘∘ Pre-emptive of 1960s counter-culture, in which exploded artistic self-expression and a freer way of relating to community and relationships, Ginsberg’s poetry deals with life at its bleakest and harshest: feelings of vulnerability and inadequacy; the pain of romantic rejection; fear of ageing … [Read more...]
About Jessica Clark
Jess is a recent graduate of Durham University with a degree in Combined Honours in Arts (English Literature and Spanish). She enjoys reading, writing poetry, learning the guitar, and gets excited by all things adventurous. She spent a year living in Peru and Spain working as a teaching assistant and hostel receptionist. With a keen passion for languages, Jess plans to resurrect her Arabic studies and explore more of the world (probably heading East) in newfound graduate freedom. London-based, she takes comfort in her beautiful cat Cleo when things like climate change get a bit much to think about.