Ginsberg, who died Saturday in New York, revolutionized American poetry with his free verse form in "Howl". He was a blatant homosexual before it became "safe" to be one. And he put his body on the line for many political causes, ranging from anti-nuclear movement to the rights of pederasts.
Listeners are invited to call in to (714) 824-KUCI with their reminiscences. The show will feature excerpts from Ginsberg's prolific writings, and interviews with poet Robert Peters (a UCI professor), and with attorney Bill Dobbs, as well as remembrances of Ginsberg by show host Daniel Tsang, who, with Dobbs first met him in 1978 in Ann Arbor.
For a list of past shows, check the Web site: http://www.kuci.uci.edu/~dtsang/subversity. Or send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tsang can also be reached at (714) 824-4978.