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  1. Melrajas Reply
    William S. Burroughs. William S. Burroughs lived in Lawrence from until his death Aug. 2, at age Burroughs lived more years in Lawrence than anywhere else.
  2. Vudogul Reply
    Tags: Nova Express, Texts by Burroughs, William Burroughs (Excerpt from Nova Express) William S. Burroughs. Biologic Agent K9 called for his check and picked up supersonic imitation blasts of The Death Dwarfs — “L’addition — Laddition — Laddittion — Garcon — Garcon — Garcon” — American tourist accent to the Nth power — He ordered another coffee and monitored the café.
  3. Vurisar Reply
    Nova Express takes William S. Burroughs's nightmarish future one step beyond The Soft Machine. The diabolical Nova criminals have gained control and plan on wreaking untold destruction. It's up to Inspector Lee of the Nova Police to attack and dismantle the word-and-imagery machine of these control addicts” before it's too late.
  4. Dojind Reply
    Ten Years Gone Assigning William S. Burroughs a place in local space-time. William S. Burroughs is 10 years gone now and only vestiges remain. His little Datsun and an old typewriter rust in a thicket behind the red house where he lived at Learnard Ave., and on drunken Friday nights citizens of a certain age may emit stories of the times they saw him buying cat food at Dillons.
  5. Digul Reply
    An excerpt from draft six "NOVA EXPRESS" a film by Andre Perkowski based on the writings of William S. Burroughs readings by William S. Burroughs music by Kristin Palker & Andre Perkowski Thanks to: James Grauerholz Oliver Harris Jan Herman Keith Seward Carl .
  6. Voll Reply
    Nova Express is a novel by American author William S. lempoeschenynecmemescompcapsoftswerook.coinfo was written using the 'fold-in' method, a version of the cut-up method, developed by Burroughs with Brion Gysin, of enfolding snippets of different texts into the lempoeschenynecmemescompcapsoftswerook.coinfo is part of The Nova Trilogy, or "Cut-Up Trilogy,' together with The Soft Machine and The Ticket That Exploded.
  7. Vubei Reply
    I was rereading Nova Express when this one landed in the mail; B2 roughly corresponds to the section Will Hollywood Never Learn? I'm struck that much of Burroughs' work began as oral & performed routines - akin to stand-up comedy.
  8. Nejind Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Call Me Burroughs on Discogs.
  9. Akinogore Reply
    NOVA EXPRESS: \"The Heavy Metal Kid\" by William S. Burroughs by terminal pictures/Andre Perkowski 6 years ago 9 minutes, 40 seconds 6, views An excerpt from draft 5 of \", NOVA EXPRESS, \" a film by Andre Perkowski based on the writings of William S. Burroughs Readings John Zorn's Nova Express Quartet - Song of the Open Road.

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