Spontaneous Commotion: The Making of Pull My Daisy
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Melanie turned on his old black-and-white TV set with the clothes hanger arial wrapped in tinfoil and they flipped channels and saw the reports. They have to keep his memory alive, till all his books are back in print. Barney was one of the lights of the second half of the twentieth century in American publishing. His ex-wife, Joan Mitchell, was an outstanding artist and mentor of mine in Paris in 1954, and when he first arrived in New York. They ate and talked about Jack. The following is the memorial tribute he wrote for Evergreen Review, word for word, as he handed it to Barney Rossett, on October 24, 1969. The author shows St. Pete when they finally finished, he said, he is going to get well and finish Pic, his new book.