Posted: 9 December 2010
Michael Horovitz has been writing and performing for over 50 years now, and as a recent interview with the BBC shows, he has no intention of letting up. Although Horovitz has been slowed by age and illness, the one-time companion of Ginsberg and Kerouac still believes poetry should be seen and heard, and actively champions young poets. Watch the full report here, an Evening Standard piece and a piece Horovitz wrote for The Independent about Beryl Bainbridge.
For more information, please see Horovitz's Facebook page and the Poetry Olympics site, of which he is editor.
Categories: Poetry News