Burroughs' Tape Recorder Webring
[Burrough's Tape Recorder Webring]

"A tape recorder is an externalized section of the human nervous system."
--William S. Burroughs, The Ticket that Exploded

The Tape Recorder is a webring intended to link together any sites dealing with experimental poetry, writing, music, or art sites, and/or anything dealing with William Burroughs or Brion Gysin. Also, any sites dealing with the dreamachine, sound poetry, tape recorder experiments (DUH!). If you have a site you think would fit into this webring, please submit your site for inclusion.

If you have any questions or comments, I would be glad to hear from you and I will answer ASAP. Now, please move on to:

The T.R. Webring is part of my Garden Of Delights cutup site, and I also run a Yahoo! Club called Burroughs' Tape Recorder, which is brand-new and needs members! (hint, hint).

The Garden Of Delights:

"John Harrison was 28 at the time of his death . . He was fairly well off . . flat in Paddington . . country place . . interested in the occult . . wrote bad poetry . . painted bad pictures . . good at carpentry though . . made his own furniture."

"Did he own a tape recorder?"

"Yes he owned three tape recorders..."