20th Annual Literary Festival 20th Annual Literary Festival
Old Dominion University
October 14-17, 1997

Richard Hell,
musician, poet, and novelist is best known for his album with the Voidoids, "Blank Generation." William Gibson has said, "Go Now is a vile, scabrous, unforgivable novel and deserving of the widest possible audience."  Hell is also the author of several books of poems including I Was a Spiral on the Floor (Soyo Publications, 1988), Across The Years, and Wanna Go Out, collaborative poems with Tom Verlain. His work has been widely anthologized in collections such as Out of this World (poems, Crown Publishers, 1992), and Jungles D'Ameriques (fiction, AAC Editions, Paris, 1993). Hell currently lives and writes in New York City.   [10/1997]
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