Tags: Doug Blazek
Reports from the Bibliographic Bunker
Jed Birmingham on William S. Burroughs Collecting
Douglas Blazek review of APO-33 in OLE #7 (1967)
APO-33 BULLETIN by W. S. Burroughs / collected by Mary Beach & Claude Pélieu / Beach Texts & Documents / c/o City Lights Books / S.F. / $1.50
Here’s Burroughs’ theory on apomorphine treatment; or, at least, that’s how APO-33 starts out — he winds it into his journalistic cut-up fantasies — Bull Gaines & his Mr. Bradly Mr. Martin, Jack the Ripper, Sad Poison Nice Guy, The Inferential Kid — blood, junk, scuzzy hotels & fuzz — a collage of words. enuf on any pg to initiate illimitable imagination imbroglios & proselytize you into a vampire of Jungle Hotspur Sap FOREVER!