Ed Sanders

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Ed Sanders
Ed Sanders
Ed Sanders in 2012
Birthday/Birthplace Edward Sanders
(1939-08-17) August 17, 1939
Kansas City, Missouri
Lives Where Woodstock, New York
Citizenship American
School(s) New York University
Profession(s) Poet, author, publisher, social activist, environmentalist, musician
Active Years 1958–present
Credit for The Fugs
Poem from Jail, City Lights Books, 1963
Woodstock Journal
Wife/Husband Miriam Sanders
Awards Won Guggenheim Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, American Book Award, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists Award

Ed Sanders Short Bio

Ed Sanders who was born on August 17, 1939 in Kansas, Missouri is a poet, singer, social activist, ecologist, novelist and editor. It has been called the bridge between the Beat and Hippie generations.

Sanders left the studies at the University of Missouri in 1958 to make a stop at the Greenwich Village in New York City. His first great poem (“Poema desde la Cárcel”) was written on toilet paper in his cell after being imprisoned for protesting against nuclear proliferation in 1961.

In 1962, he founded the avant-garde newspaper A Magazine of the Arts. Sanders opened the Peace Eye bookstore (at 147 Avenue A within what was then the Lower East Side), which became a meeting place for bohemians and radicals.

Sanders graduated from New York University in the Classics degree. In 1965, he founded The Fugs with Tuli Kupferberg. The band split in 1969 and re-united in 1984.

In 1971 Sanders wrote The Family, a portrait of the events that led to the Tate-LaBianca murders. He gained access to the Family Mansion by posing as a “Satanic guru and psychopath trapped in drugs.”

Today, Sanders lives in Woodstock, New York where he publishes his “Woodstock Journal”, with a wife of about 36 years, the writer and painter Miriam. R. Sanders. He also dedicates himself to inventing musical instruments such as the Talking Tie, the Microtono and the Lisa Lira, a musical contraption with switches activated by light and a reproduction of the Mona Lisa painting by Da Vinci.

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