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Charles Plymell born April 26,in Holcomb, Kansas is a poet, novelist, and small press publisher. Plymell has been published widely, collaborated with, and published many poets, writers, and artists, including principals of the Beat Generation.
He has published, printed, and designed many underground magazines and books with his wife Pamela Beach, a namesake in avant-garde publishing. He published former prisoner Ray Bremser and Herbert Hunckewhom he identified with from the hipster s.
He was influential in the underground comix scene, first printing Zap Comix artists such as Robert Crumb and S. Clay Wilsonwhom he first published in Lawrence, Kansas. Plymell received a citation for being a distinguished poet by Governor Joan Finney of Kansas and was cited in Yo Te Quise - González Y Los Asistentes* - Repite Conmigo World Book Encyclopedia as a most promising poet.
Charley Douglass Plymell was born in Finney County, Kansas during the worst dust storms of that time. He was born in a converted chicken coop near Holcomb. Like Was Poe Afraid - Andrea Schroeder - Void , his face was covered by wet rags as his mother went out to shoot jackrabbits and gather cactus for meals. His father and mother were later divorced and his father bought a home for Charles and his sisters so they could attend school in Wichita while his father traveled.
In Wichita in the s Plymell dropped out of his first year at North High School, lied about his age, traveled the western states in a new car his father bought Gone - Marilyn Mazur, Josefine Cronholm And Krister Jonsson - Flamingo Sky, working on pipelines, dams, factories and riding bareback broncs and Brahma bulls in rodeos.
Returning to Wichita he became a hipster, taking peyote, marijuana and benzedrine, the drugs of the day. He worked at factories and took courses at Wichita State University. Allen Ginsberg credited him with creating the Wichita Vortex. Burroughs. Before that he considered himself a hipster and outsider.
Clay Wilson. Plymell moved to a quiet Russian neighborhood in at the corner of Haight and Ashbury. After the Was Poe Afraid - Andrea Schroeder - Void filled with hippies and was taken over, Plymell moved to a famous flat Gough St. Plymell's show sold out except for a few pieces that ended up in Australia. He published, printed, and designed many underground magazines and books with his wife Pamela Beach, a namesake in avant-garde publishing.
He published Ray Bremser and Herbert Hunckewhom he identified with from the hipster s. He was influential in the underground comix scene, first printing and designing with Zap Comix artists such as Robert Crumb and S. They recently featured one of his Was Poe Afraid - Andrea Schroeder - Void on their CUZ tour. Plymell holds an M. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Charles Plymell. Kansa, Land of the Wind People. Namespaces Article Talk.
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