Since When, Bill Berkson
Bill Berkson

Since When

392 printed pages
Bill Berkson was a poet, art critic, and joyful participant in the best of postwar and bohemian American culture. Since When gathers the ephemera of a life well-lived, a collage of bold-face names, parties, exhibitions, and literary history from a man who could write «of [Truman Capote's Black and White] ball, which I attended as my mother’s escort, I have little recollection» and reminisce about imagining himself as a character from Tolstoy while tripping on acid at Woodstock. Gentle, witty, and eternally generous, this is Bill, and a particular moment in American history, at its best.
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