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no. 8 supplementTextPermit needed Berg Coll+++ Counterculture R46 1972 no. 8 supplementSchwarzman Building - Berg Collection Room 320


Additional Authors
  • Albert, Stewart Edward, 1939-2006.
  • Anderson, Chester, 1932-1991.
  • Barritt, Brian.
  • Bryan, Joan.
  • Bryan, John, 1934-
  • Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997.
  • Di Prima, Diane.
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.
  • Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997.
  • Herman, Jan, 1942-
  • Hoffman, Abbie.
  • Kupferberg, Tuli.
  • Leary, Timothy, 1920-1996.
  • Neville, Richard, 1941-
  • Rubin, Jerry.
  • Sinclair, John, 1941-
  • Snyder, Gary, 1930-
  • Valaōritēs, Nanos.
v. : ill.; 43 cm.
Alternative Title
  • Renaissance (San Francisco, Calif. : 1971)
  • Renaissance supplement no. 8
  • Description based on: No. 8, published in 1971?; title from cover.
  • Eds. John Bryan, Joan Bryan, Jan Herman, and Nanos Valaoritis.
  • Printed on newsprint in tabloid newspaper format, unpaginated, illustrated througout.
  • Renaissance no. 8 supplement with front page decorated with 19th-cent. images of industrial progress and names of contributors to the issue.
  • Renaissance no. 8 supplement contents include: Timothy Leary and Brian Barritt, "Guess Who's Alive and Captive in ... Algeria," an account of Timothy and Rosemary Leary's abduction from their Algiers apartment by Eldridge Cleaver's Black Panthers, with b&w photo of Leary standing beneath Algerian road sign; Richard Neville; Gary Snyder's poem "Spel Against Demons"; Diane di Prima's poem "Do You See All You Look At?"; Abbie Hoffman's "Hello Boys! Get My Free Book"; interview with Stewart Albert and Jerry Rubin; interview with White Panther poet John Sinclair; Chester Anderson's "Who Is This Jerry Rubin, Anyhow?"; William Burroughs's short story "Who Is the Third that Walks beside You?"; Tuli Kupferberg's poem "Two with the Strength of Seventy"; Lawrence Ferlinghetti's poem "O Hungry Self"; Allen Ginsberg's poem "Highway Poesy LA -- Albuquerque -- Texas -- Wichita," with first five stanzas beginning in lower right corner of 2-p. cartoon illustration, the text continuing on and filling the 2-p. verso; and anonymous essay, perhaps by Jim Dorn, on LSD and the Los Angeles Counterculture as exemplified by the experiences of Jim Dorn in reaction to the Human Be-In of January 14, 1967, including two b&w photographs of Neal Cassady.
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Linking Entry (note)
  • "Incorporates Notes [i.e. Notes from underground] #4 and picking up an older title ... [i.e. Renaissance (San Francisco, Calif. : 1961)]" Cf. cover of No. 8.
Call Number
Berg Coll+++ Counterculture R46 1972
sn 95023134
San Francisco, Calif. : Renaissance.
Restricted access; request permission from holding division.
Linking Entry
"Incorporates Notes [i.e. Notes from underground] #4 and picking up an older title ... [i.e. Renaissance (San Francisco, Calif. : 1961)]" Cf. cover of No. 8.
Local Note
Berg Collection holds Renaissance no. 8 supplement [Feb. 1972].
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Added Author
Albert, Stewart Edward, 1939-2006. Interviewee
Anderson, Chester, 1932-1991. Contributor
Barritt, Brian. Contributor
Bryan, Joan. Editor
Bryan, John, 1934- Editor
Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997. Contributor
Di Prima, Diane. Contributor
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. Contributor
Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997. Contributor
Herman, Jan, 1942- Contributor
Hoffman, Abbie. Contributor
Kupferberg, Tuli. Contributor
Leary, Timothy, 1920-1996. Contributor
Neville, Richard, 1941- Contributor
Rubin, Jerry. Interviewee
Sinclair, John, 1941- Interviewee
Snyder, Gary, 1930- Contributor
Valaōritēs, Nanos. Editor
Other Title
Renaissance supplement no. 8
Notes from underground
Research Call Number
Berg Coll+++ Counterculture R46 1972
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