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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Quentin Crisp "Marriage is for a little while but alimony is forever . . . " book illustration
    Crisp Drawings and other Works Marriage is for a little while but alimony is forever CrispArt Index Illustration copyright Quentin Crisp All rights reserved Site Copyright 1999 2008 by the

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCMarriageDrawing02.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Quentin Crisp Self-Portrait, ca. 1930
    Quentin Crisp is a self portrait done in the 1930s It shows a much younger Mr Crisp than in any other image of him seen in print today This wonderful image of a young Quentin Crisp was provided by Joanne

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCselfportrait01.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Self-Portrait, early 1960s, wearing beret
    15 x 21 and signed on lower left as Q Crisp Originally from the private collection of Richard Gollner the London agent who represented Quentin Crisp during the 1970s throughout the 1990s CrispArt Index Self portrait illustration copyright Quentin Crisp

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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Quentin Crisp Self-Portrait, 1970s, program cover for An Evening with Quentin Crisp
    Crisp Self Portrait 1970s This self portratit illustration was used as program cover for Mr Crisp s one man show An Evening with Quentin Crisp in 1970s CrispArt Index Self portrait illustration copyright Quentin Crisp All rights reserved Site Copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCselfportrait03.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Quentin Crisp Self-Portrait, 1970s, program cover for An Evening with Quentin Crisp
    This self portrait line drawing is one element of the illustraion used on the program cover for Mr Crisp s one man show An Evening with Quentin Crisp in 1970s CrispArt Index Self portrait illustration copyright Quentin Crisp All rights

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCselfportrait04.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Quentin Crisp self-portrait illustration on "Evening with" program cover for Ambassadors Theatre on West Street in London, 1978.
    Crisp s one man show which he designed for the Ambassadors Theatre on West Street in London Mr Crisp first performed An Evening with Quentin Crisp at the Ambassadors Theatre on February 27 1978 Read what Philip Mackie wrote about Quentin Crisp inside the program for the Ambassadors Theatre performances Quentin Crisp Wit or Saint Mr Mackie is the writer of the television script of The Naked Civil Servant for

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  • The Quentin Crisp Archives: QC letter to Edith Frost
    and dialed and sure enough he did answer the phone Not really having much to talk about at that moment I told him I was a fan and asked him if I could write him a letter so he gave me his address and I did just that I was so excited that he wrote me back But I never did come up with much more to talk about so

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  • CRISPERANTO.org: VAN GOGH'S EAR: Poetry for the New Millenium ... French Connection Press
    only to publish the best poetry being written The anthology welcomes all work from traditional to experimental daring thought provoking poetry of unusual forms and language genius In this regard we aim to become a major reference point among poetry publications worldwide Each volume features the work of over 80 poets representing the evolution of traditional poetry into a cutting edge future with poems by such amazing talents as Maya Angelou Margaret Atwood Neal Cassady John Updike Norman Mailer Joyce Carol Oates Paul Auster Lyn Hejinian John Ashbery Susan Howe Gary Snyder Alice Notley Philip Whalen Anne Waldman Bob Rosenthal Allen Ginsberg Sharon Mesmer John Giorno Michael Hathaway Diane di Prima Robert Creeley Eileen Myles Leonard Cohen Tony Curtis Serge Gainsbourg James Dean Thich Nhat Hanh Sapphire David Amram Amiri Baraka Bruce Andrews Antler Ian Ayres Louis Armand Charles Manson Leslie Scalapino Billy Collins Holly Crawford J T LeRoy John Gilmore Dawn Michelle Baude Lawrence Ferlinghetti Jean Valentine Robin Blaser Mary Burger Felice Picano Ruth Fainlight Jim Carroll Dennis Cooper James Kirkup Denise Levertov Gary Indiana Sylvia Miles Bob Perelman Marilyn Monroe Charles Bernstein Judith Taylor Tom Raworth Marilyn Hacker Yoko Ono QUENTIN CRISP Phillip Ward Ron Silliman kari edwards

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