Michael McClure has long been noted for the popularity of his dynamic poetry performances. At the age of 22 he gave his first poetry reading at the legendary Six Gallery event in San Francisco, where Allen Ginsberg first read Howl. Today McClure is more active than ever, writing and performing his poetry at festivals, and colleges and clubs across the country.
by Michael McClure
A cartoon for radio about fighting crime. The super-master is assisted by a creature who when needed for a new venture comes forth from a water faucet.
Directed by: John Lion
Performed by: Magic Theatre
Engineered by: John Whiting
Produced by: Erik Bauersfeld
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