Apr 20, 2009 "elephant journal has survived the transition to web. ~ Waylon Lewis. "And so, after a long, boring, stressful, oft-lonely, humbling, humbling, humbling, cry spontaneously-on-friends’-shoulders kinda six months of transition…"
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The Poet Who Changed America Allen Ginsberg—Beat Poet Activist Queer American Buddhist. Co-founder of Naropa’s Kerouac School. ~ from the 50th Anniversary of Howl at Naropa. Feb. 18, 2009. This is really good. Take the time to read it slowly. The best is at the end. --Bob W.
Yesterday, I got hit by a car. I was fine. My bike was not. ~ Waylon Lewis on Feb 17, 2009. "I gotta survive two more months, financially-speaking, and at that point the many advertisers who have been jumping on board the elephant web site will have brought me to break-even, which is a sunny-side-up way of saying ‘broke.’"