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In 1989, the group underwent a philosophical shift and transformed, joined by Scott Wannberg (and occasionally Bobbo Staron and Ellyn Maybe), into The Carma Bums, a traveling improvisational performance group. From 1995-1996, Griffin and punk musician-poets Iris Berry and Pleasant Gehman formed White Trash Apocalypse, in Gehman’s words, “a spoken word tour…treated…like a rock’n’roll tour,” which toured the United States and Canada.
In 2010, Griffin went on tour with The Poetry Bomb, a decommissioned bomb purchased by Griffin and filled with poetry at readings throughout the country, intending to “foster disagreements…the cornerstone of our democratic system.” Since 2007 Griffin has performed with the punk-jazz improvisational group The Lofty Canaanites, composed primarily of members of Saccharine Trust.
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Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs.
To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit. Processed by Kelly Besser with assistance from Rebecca Bucher, in consultation with Genie Guerard, and with supervision from Megan Hahn Fraser, 2016. Biography, Biography/History notes, and artwork descriptions written by S. Griffin and edited by Kelly Besser and Rebecca Bucher. After graduating from high school in 1972, Griffin voluntarily entered the United States Air Force as an administration specialist and was honorably discharged in 1976.
Physical Location: Boxes 1-264 and 280-330 are stored off-site at SRLF.
With Alan Kaufman, Griffin edited The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry (1999).
In 1985, Griffin and fellow poets Michael Lane Bruner, Doug Knott, and Mike M. From 1985-1988 and in 1992, the group performed poetry in choreographed routines both locally and on tour.
The collection includes Griffin’s art collection, featuring art by Griffin, Tony Scibella, Charles Bukowski, Earl Newman, and many others.
Memorabilia in the collection includes American flag remnants from d.a.
Advance notice is required for access to the collection.