A to Z: 26 sermonettes Paperback – 1986. by James Richard Broughton (Author). James Broughton is the perennial laughing man of God. He zigzags between sage and clown, pervert and angel, kamikaze linguist and classical virtuoso, Mother Goose and St. James the Divine.
A to Z: 26 sermonettes Paperback – 1986.
Find sources: "James Broughton" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2010) (Learn how . A to Z: 26 Sermonettes (1986) Mill Valley, CA: Syzygy Press. Hooplas (1988) San Francisco: Pennywhistle Press. 75 Life Lines (1988) Winston-Salem, NC: Jargon Society.
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In the book, Broughton remarks on his love affairs with both men and women. A to Z: 26 Sermonettes. Mill Valley, CA: Syzygy Press, 1986.
November 10, 1913(1913-Template:MONTHNUMBER-10) Modesto, California. In the book, Broughton remarks on his love affairs with both men and women. Among his male lovers was gay activist Harry Ha. .He briefly lived with the film critic Pauline Kael and they had a daughter Gina, born in 1948.
James Broughton was an American poet and poetic filmmaker. All: A James Broughton Reader. James Richard Broughton was born on November 10, 1913, in Modesto, California. 46055/?tag prabook0b-20. Special Deliveries: New and Selected Poems. 37248/?tag prabook0b-20. Among his male lovers was gay activist Harry Hay.
Shipping to Russian Federation. Customs services and international tracking provided. All: A James Broughton Reader by Broughton, James. Through his career, Broughton produced 23 books and 23 films. He was part of the San Francisco Renaissance, a precursor to the Beat poets. He was an early bard of the Radical Faeries, as well as a member of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, serving the community as Sister Sermonetta. In 1967's "summer of love," Broughton made a film, The Bed, which broke taboos against frontal nudity and won prizes at many film festivals.
Manuscript poem by Broughton presented to John Franklin Koenig, October 24, 1984 Acqusition Note: This item was donated by Claire Koenig in 2017. Special Collections and Archives.