Michael Skau is an emeritus professor in the Department of English at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He has published books on Ferlinghetti and on Corso (“Constantly Risking Absurdity”: The Writings of Lawrence Ferlinghetti (Whitston, 1989) and “A Clown in a Grave”: Complexities and Tensions in the Works of Gregory Corso (Southern Illinois UP, 1999) and articles on Ferlinghetti, Corso, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, and Richard Brautigan. He has also studied under Burroughs, Corso, and Ginsberg at the Naropa Institute (now University) in Boulder, Colorado.
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