I Dream I Was a Very Clean Tramp

“I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp,” by Richard Hell


Richard Hell – underground poet, critic, and one of the chief architects of New York’s punk scene in the 1970s – begins his long-awaited autobiography with a snapshot of childhood in 1950s middle America: “Like many in my time, when I was little I was a cowboy,” he writes. And a few lines later: “My […]