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biopic Gerard Malanga, poet, photographer and filmmaker, was a founding editor of Interview and an important influence on Andy Warhol's art during the 1960s, when he collaborated with Warhol on a number of major works. Over the past 33 years, Malanga has published twelve books of poetry, the latest being Mythologies of the Heart (1996). His photography has been collected in three monographs; Good Girls (1994), Resistance to Memory (1998) and Screen Tests, Portraits, Nudes 1964-1996 (2000). His other works range from a series of tapes which feature contributions by Iggy Pop and Thurston Moore and a book co-authored with Victor Bockris, Up-Tight: The Velvet Underground Story. Recent poems have appeared in a number of magazines, including Agni, Denver Quarterly, Notre Dame Review, Ohio Review, Prairie Schooner, Raritan and Southwest Review. He has been based in New York City since 1996. His website is gerardmalanga.com.

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