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Robert McAlmon: A Lost Voice of the Lost Generation

Robert McAlmon (on the right with Hemingway, first photo) was one of the wealthier American expats in Paris. He married into his wealth. He was a poet and ...

The Lost Generation in 1920s Paris: Robert McAlmon, poet. "Sarah & Gerald

Paris: American Expatriate Genius

Kay Boyle in Paris in 1946

The Lost Generation in 1920s Paris: T S Eliot, poet. "Sarah & Gerald

The Lost Generation in 1920s Paris: Sara Murphy, socialite, married to Gerald Murphy

1920 photograph of Ezra Pound

A writer, publisher, and a connoisseur of the Parisian nightlife, Robert McAlmon was a fixture of the Lost Generation's ...

Rupert Brooke

"Burial" by Robert McAlmon is the Songs of Eretz Poem of the Day and the Poets.org's Poem-A-Day offering for May 17, 2014. The poem first appeared in the ...

The Lost Generation in 1920s Paris: Hart Crane, poet. "Sarah & Gerald

She also helped provide funds to purchase a flat in Paris for struggling artist Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven the ultra eccentric Dadaist artist and ...

Ernest Hemingway with Pauline Pfeiffer, a Paris Vogue writer who became his wife in 1927

They separated when he met Mary Welsh in London during World War II; during which he was present at the Normandy Landings and liberation of Paris.

Caresse Crosby.

... Robert McAlmon and Bryher 1921 | by puzzlemaster

Cole was the only person who had a special table reserved for him—at all times—at Bricktop's.

Janet Flanner in Paris, 1927. From Library of Congress

Sylvia Beach and Shakespeare and Company

The Beats. Renegades. Rebels. Mystics and poets. Their influence over the generations

Jane Heap, Mina Loy, Ezra Pound "

Paris at night

Photo of the storefront of the Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris made famous by the

Le Dome – a spot where the Lost Generation often met

John Dos Passos and Kate Smith

Robert McAlmon (on the right with Hemingway, first photo) was one of the wealthier American expats in Paris. He married into his wea.

“I have cultivated my hysteria with pleasure and terror. Musical poet and explorer. Delighted us with his own personal brand of Satanic hyperbole.

By New York World-Telegram and the Sun staff photographer: Al Ravenna [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Modernist poet Mina Loy

Ursula Hemingway , Ernest's sister committed suicide. 6 total Hemingway's to take own life .

Hemingway also creates some poems, here's 10 poems of Ernest Hemingway.

Hemingway's 1923 passport photo. Courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.

Ernest Hemingway Biography

On July 19 1893 (July 7 on the Old Style Julian calendar) Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky, the great Russian poet, was born. Here's Mayakovsky reading “An ...

List of forthcoming publications from The New Review Editions

[Discussion of Tibetan Buddhism at Allen Ginsberg's apartement, Boulder Colorado, August, 1976. (left to right) Jerome Rothenberg, Anne Waldman, ...


Three Stories & Ten Poems

As the Lost Generation all have become ghosts, the ghosts of the past and the places they frequented are fading into the mists of imagination.

That Summer in Paris

Nancy Cunard * and Henry Crowder in the printer of Hours Press, 15 rue Guenegaud, Paris, 1930

Portrait of Samuel Beckett by Reginald Gray, painted in Paris, 1961 (from the collection of Ken White, Dublin).

Nancy Cunard (1896 - 1965) had an impressive collection of old African ivory bracelets

Ernest Hemingway in Paris, Photographer: Luc Fournol.

Artist: Richard Nagler, Title: Allen ginsberg - New York City

Portrait of Solita Solano by Berenice Abbott, circa 1920

Every Christmas I take a photograph of myself in front of a different Christmas tree. This one is the foyer of the Rio cinema, Dalston, 31st December 2017, ...

... hysterical and inept translation of Saikaku's Quaint Stories of the Samurais, a collection of homoerotic tales published by Robert McAlmon, Paris, 1928.

[Gavin Arthur (in 1934 aged 33 - photograph by Brett Weston)]

Cover of There Was a Rustle of Black Silk Stockings

Wall Pictures (1920)

The Greatest Literary Hoaxster You've Never Heard Of

Arthur Rimbaud: no words appropriate for this.The man drank words!

Expatriate American Authors in Paris - Disillusionment with the American Lifestyle as Reflected in Selected Works of Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott ...

By late 1920, some of her advocates had had enough and together the poet H.D., the historical novelist Bryher (pen name of Winifred Ellerman), ...

Thelma Wood pencil sketch

30 April 2016

Cover of Women of the Left Bank

Sponsored Content: 'Peggy Guggenheim,' by Francine Prose – Tablet Magazine

La Coupole was the most fashionable and Bohemian eating-place in Montparnasse. Opened in 1927 (with guests such as Jean Cocteau and Blaise Cendrars in ...

Risultati immagini per Luchita Hurtado


Ginsberg, known for his poem Howl, lived and symbolized the bohemian ideals of the Beat Generation of the 1950s and ...

Ernest Hemingway | Married his fourth wife, Mary Welsh | Event view

Arthur Rimbaud ~ the teenage poet French poet that Victor Hugo called "an infant Shakespeare

Ernest Hemingway: A Biography by Mary V. Dearborn, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble®

Hemingway in WW1 uniform

Ann Charters: Lets begin with "A Cloud in Trousers" to give you the idea, the tangible idea, with this poem, of what the Futurists stood for and how they ...


Ernest Hemingway, Agnes von Kurowsky

My Grandpa


French lawyer, playwright, poet, courtier of Cardinal Richelieu and audacious, irreligious cleric, Boisrobert (1592-1662) was a founding member of the ...

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

1922 Life Magazine Cover, The Flapper, Tote Bag by Whimsy Bags


William Carlos Williams (1975 Naropa Class)

13 Nobel Prize In Literature Winners You Should Read ~ Ernest Hemingway ~ One of the rare American winners, Hemingway's "The Old Man and he Sea" thrust him ...

The EZRA POUND Encyclopedia

The unified, rustic style of both the typeface and woodcut suggest that Frost may have wanted his poetry to ...

a couple of eager readers have alerted us to the fact that this poem has been published before! (as "News Stays News" in Cosmopolitan Greetings - page 103) ...

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and family: Denis, Lady Conan Doyle (Jean Leckie), Lena Jean, Sir Arthur and Adrian.

The True Story of the Booze, Bullfights, and Brawls That Inspired Erne | Vanity Fair