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Kenton Crowther: former bank clerk and street entertainer. Was like a mascot to several religious groups. Never joined.
At school the English teacher regarded him as a lower-class bumpkin and rated his essays as average. Crowther found however that the cool 5th and 6th formers of the Jazz Club were keen admirers of his poems in the school magazine. Then these arty types discovered the tattered notebook of his stories and poems which he had passed around among his classmates for a laugh. The verdict was that these scribblings were hot stuff.
It was a cult following, and today Crowther strives to maintain "that proud tradition" in the big world.
He now lives in retirement with Jade, who has been his partner for twenty-five years.
KC writes about Henry Miller, Ginsberg, Kerouac, and other cool subjects.
He also has some treachery-filled ebook novels out, including Easy Blood (about Vauclare the Vampire and the undercover cop pursuing him) and All the King's Hoodlums. These are set in an alternative England, a place ruled by Leonard VIII.
Get Crowther's collection of articles, Alleycats and Beatsters.