- Alex Dimitrov Reads Allen Ginsberg
Alex Dimitrov Reads Allen Ginsberg
In celebration of this year’s Banned Books Week, Alex Dimitrov reads “I Am Not” and “Personals Ad” by the frequently-banned Allen Ginsberg. This reading originally took place at the event Paradise Banned: Poetry Readings from Banned Book, co-hosted by PEN American on September 30, 2013.
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