Collaborative Writing and the Beat Generation by Wade “Sal” Ells
Perhaps the most collaborative of all the literature movements was the one know famously known as the Beat Generation. In honor of the BreakThru Radio theme of “co-operation,” Book Talk takes a look at the importance of joining forces to move a generation through words. High school teacher, surfer, poet and student of the Beats, Wade “Sal” Ells will be joining in the studio from Medford Beach, Nova Scotia to read from some of his own work and discuss the importance of collaborative writing.
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