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Samuel Beckett, Keith Richards: separated at birht
Oh our dear backers, Are you waiting for an update? This is it! But a new one coming tomorrow on…either Victorian Spanking
if you up your pledge, you can get this reward!
or Existential Dread.
And you think a dead car battery is a bummer?
Stay tuned for whatever it will be. Que sera sera.
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As Barney Rosset and his Grove Press and Evergreen Review taught a generation…
This is why we need to save Barney Rosset’s legacy
Barney Rosset and Samuel Beckett were life-long friends. Barney was the first American publisher to take a chance on Beckett. Although “Waiting for Godot” and his many other works are now classics read and performed around the world (including prisons), Beckett could not find an American publisher before Barney took him on. Let’s not wait for Barney to be forgotten. Help us save his legacy. For the price of two lattes, or (if you’re really generous) a Broadway show, you can make a difference.