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Jonathan Williams

A Twentieth-century American poet and writer, he was also the founder from the Jargon Culture, a prominent posting home. His poetry choices consist of Jubilant Thicket and An Hearing in Bartram’s Tree. He researched at Princeton College or university but slipped out to wait artwork classes at North Carolina’s Dark Mountain University. He was a visual artist and professional photographer and a poet and publisher. He was the life span partner of Thomas Meyer. His posting home, The Jargon Culture, turned down the chance to publish Defeat poet Allen Ginsberg’s well-known work, Howl.

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