Corso, Gregory

Corso, Gregory (Nunzio)

(1930–  ) poet; born in New York City. He spent three years in prison as a juvenile, then worked as a manual laborer, reporter, and merchant seaman (1950–53). Based in New York City, he was a central member of the Beat poetry movement (1960s), as seen in The Happy Birthday of Death (1960). He taught at the State University, Buffalo, N.Y.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
References in periodicals archive ?
Corso, Gregory. The Vestal Lady of Brattle and Other Poems.
Corso, Gregory. "Dream of a Baseball Star." Hummers, Knucklers, and Slow Curves: Contemporary Baseball Poems.
Corso, Gregory. American Express (Paris: Olympia Press, 1961).
Corso, Gregory. An Accidental Biography: The Selected Letters of Gregory Corso.