D.A. LEVY, 50 YEARS ON
In November of 1968, Cleveland poet d.a. levy, beleaguered by police and local authorities over his controversial poems and despondent about his life and future prospects, committed suicide at the age of 26.
Fifty years on, levy’s legacy as a poet and forerunner of the small press movement is larger than ever. Read Mark Kuhar’s story about levy on Cleveland.com.
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