Richard Brautigan

Back in the 1960s and early 1970s, Richard Brautigan was one of the go-to authors of the generation. First, his work was all about the new sensibilities the youth of the sixties was exploring; second, he really looked the part; and finally, his works tended to be shorter and faster to read than, say, William Gaddis or John Barth.

This photo montage from the New York Times drags me back to those days of yesteryear:

Acker

Do you recognize everyone?

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