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Topic - William S. Burroughs
The final personal journals of novelist William S. Burroughs have been donated to the University of Kansas.
Rock legend Lou Reed, of the 1960s New York City band the Velvet Underground, died on Sunday, Rolling Stone reported. He was 71. Mr. Reed radically challenged rock's founding promise of good times and public celebration.
Associated Press journalists open their notebooks at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah:
Daniel Radcliffe doesn't mind hearing that schoolgirls were staking him out at the Sundance Film Festival, hoping for a Harry Potter sighting.
"Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe has landed his first entry in the Sundance Film Festival.
Whether you're talking about his personal history or his fiction, there's very little about Charles Michael "Chuck" Palahniuk that could be described as conventional.
Barney Rosset was a publisher, not an author, and struggled for decades to write the story of his brave and wild life. But few over the past 60 years had so profound an impact on the way we read today.
Half a century after a U.S. obscenity trial, the work of Beat Generation writer William S. Burroughs is heading back to court, this time in Turkey.
With "tiger blood," "Adonis DNA" and his "fire-breathing fists," Charlie Sheen has practically invented a new language with his rants and ramblings.
It's war between Random House Inc. and a top literacy agency.