Bill Morgan. Photograph by Chris Felver.
|Date/Time:||Thursday, Jul 11 | 1-–2:30pm SOLD OUT
Saturday, Jul 13 | 1–2:30pm SOLD OUT
Vesuvio | 255 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco
|Admission:||$10 Members; $15 general (advance registration required, limited space; includes Museum admission to the CJM and The Beat Museum)|
About the Program
Part of the Allen Ginsberg Festival. Learn more at ginsbergfestival.com →
“If any city in America deserves the title of home of the Beat Generation, it is San Francisco” says Bill Morgan, archivist and bibliographer for public figures such as Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and others. On a literary walking tour of North Beach, Morgan provides a dynamic trip back to the Beats legendary past.
Morgan served as Ginsberg's personal archivist and bibliographer from the early1980s until the author's death of cancer in 1997. Over their twenty-year relationship, Morgan became quite close to Ginsberg and has written extensively on the Beat Generation and its key figures.
Public Programs and New Media Initiatives at the CJM are made possible with lead support from The Jim Joseph Foundation. Major support has been provided by the Leavitt Family and supporting sponsorship comes from The Toole Family Charitable Foundation, David B. Gold Foundation, In Memory of Benjamin Alpert, and Alyse Mason Brill and Nathan Brill.