Αυτός που διαβάζει με όρους ανοχής μπορεί να με διαβάσει, αυτός που διαβάζει με όρους συμμετοχής όχι.
Γ.Λ.

The one that reads with terms of tolerance can read me, the one that reads with terms of attendance can not.

Y.L.

"Poetry is the only adventure that's worthwhile outside itself"
- Yannis Livadas


"Άτη" - Σκόρπια Ποιήματα 2001-2009.

"Άτη" - Σκόρπια Ποιήματα 2001-2009.
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Dye Hard Press: WHO WAS SINCLAIR BEILES?


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edited by
Gary Cummiskey and Eva Kowalska

ISBN: 978-0-620-42792-0

In 1960, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Brion Gysin and Sinclair Beiles collaborated on the now legendary collection of cut-ups, Minutes To Go. Readers of Beat literature know of Burroughs, Corso and Gysin, but who was Sinclair Beiles?
Sinclair Beiles was a South African poet, born in Uganda in 1930. He moved to Paris during the 1950s, where for a time he was a resident at the Beat Hotel. He spent several years in Greece and his first poetry collection, Ashes of Experience, won the first Ingrid Jonker poetry prize in 1969. Many other collections followed, published either overseas or in South Africa, to where he returned in the late 1970s.
Beiles died, generally ignored by the mainstream South African poetry anthologies, in Johannesburg in 2000.
Who was Sinclair Beiles? brings together a collection of interviews, memoirs and essays about Sinclair Beiles and his work, by Gary Cummiskey, dawie malan, George Dillon Slater, Earle Holmes, Eva Kowalska, Alan Finlay and Fred de Vries.
The book includes previously unpublished photographs of Sinclair Beiles.

Contents of WHO WAS SINCLAIR BEILES?
Who was Sinclair Beiles? by Gary Cummiskey
An interview with Sinclair Beiles (1994) by Gary Cummiskey
the trouble with Sinclair Beiles by dawie malan
Interview with Sinclair Beiles (1994) by dawie malan
The Beat goes on: an interview with Sinclair Beiles by Earle Holmes
On Sinclair, the winged by George Dillon Slater
Excerpts from Sirroco: a memior by George Dillon Slater
Sinclair the Beat by Eva Kowalska
A review of the Beat Hotel Exhibition by Alan Finlay
In search of Beiles catatastrophes by Fred de Vries
The scarcity of Beiles by Gary Cummiskey
Bibliography of works of Sinclair Beiles by Eva Kowalska

Issued by Dye Hard Press, May 2009.

Ποιήματα του Sinclair Beiles έχει μεταφράσει στα ελληνικά ο ποιητής Γιάννης Λειβαδάς. Συμπεριλαμβάνονται μεταξύ άλλων στην "Ανθολογία Μπιτ Ποίησης" Ροές 2003 - Αθήνα.

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