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Planet News

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Planet News is a book of poetry written by [1]

  • "Television was a Baby Crawling Toward that Deathchamber"
  • "This form of Life needs Sex"
  • "Stotras to Kali Destroyer of Illusions"
  • "Describe: The Rain on Dasaswamedh"
  • "Death News"—about his first reactions upon hearing of the death of William Carlos Williams
  • "The Change: Kyoto-Tokyo Express"
  • "Why is God Love, Jack?"—addressing Jack Kerouac
  • "After Yeats"
  • "I am a Victim of Telephone"
  • "Kral Majales"—about being nominated "The King of May"
  • "Who Be Kind To"
  • "First Party at Ken Kesey's with Hell's Angels"
  • "Wichita Vortex Sutra"
  • "City Midnight Junk Strains"
  • "Wales Visitation"


  1. ^ a b Morgan, Bill (1995). The works of Allen Ginsberg, 1941-1994 : a descriptive bibliography. Bibliographies and indexes in American Literature (no. 19). Westport: Greenwood. pp. 24–26.  
  2. ^ Heims, Neil (2013). Allen Ginsberg (e-book). Great Writers. New York: Chelsea House.  

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