More on Milton Klonsky – Commentary Magazine, etc.

To read my book that features a motherload of Milton Klonsky gems - wisdom and dry wit - click here for Keep THIS Quiet Too! More Adventures with Hunter Thompson, Milton Klonsky, Jan Mensaert. Here are some links to further the introduction to Milton Klonsky.  Commentary has preserved his articles in their magazine, including (under Culture and Civilization) "The New Yorker 25th Anniversary Album"; that one is on cartoons and mass culture in the era before social media. The web post "The B...
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Personalities in the Keep This Quiet! Memoir Series

Who is in the Keep This Quiet! series? and where does it take place?The posts below will introduce major people and places in Keep This Quiet! I-IV. Hunter Thompson, who figures pivotally in  Keep This Quiet! I and to a lesser but significant degree in II, has his own assortment of posts elsewhere. Below, you will find other players in Keep This Quiet! I-II, from Belgian poète maudit Jan Mensaert to poet, intellectural, guru  Milton Klonsky. Also, important players in Keep This Quiet! III, like ...
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Keep THIS Quiet Too! KINDLE – BRAND NEW

A brand-new version of KTQ Too! is now on sale on Kindle, with all the photos enlarged in higher pixels. They all now open LARGE. This was especially important, as a lot  of Jan Mensaert's line drawings are in it (like the one below). Also, some decorated Hunter Thompson letters - in color. Hunter like to add little illustrations to his signatures. Take a look at the Kindle Sample. In Morocco, Belgium, Switzerland, and the United States, Margaret pits wits with - and learns from - Gonzo cr...
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Coming to Terms with Milton Klonsky

Read newly compiled, still vibrant Milton Klonsky essays in Commentary in the 1950s and 60s here. Only in this new web-inspired world would this be possible, but he's there, with never-before-seen writings; that is, never seen except in the original Commentary issues. Also, for a reservoir of his wisdom and dry wit - sayings to ponder through the ages - click to read Keep THIS Quiet TOO! More Adventures with Hunter Thompson, Milton Klonsky, Jan Mensaert, where his sharp mind is on view. Choose p...
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Rescuing Milton

There's a wonderful post, On Klonsky on Blake written by W.C. Bamberger on Zoamorphosis.com. That website focuses on the work of poet/artist William Blake. What should my eyes behold, when surfing to find why viewers were accessing my page on Milton Klonsky, but (first) reviews of a play in which Milton's biography was distorted - by Romulus Linney. The play, Klonsky and Schwartz, took off from the playwright's belated discovery that Milton was the one who picked up Delmore Schwartz's body fr...
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