Iris Berry

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[[File:Iris250.jpg|right|frame|250px|Iris Berry. Photo by Don Spiro]]'''Iris Berry''' is a musician, writer, poet, Los Angeles pop culture historian and actress. One of the true and original progenitors of the L.A. punk scene. A native Angelino, her lifetime spent in the City of Angels has resulted in over two decades worth of astonishing literary contributions. Berry’s writing has been widely anthologized. In The [[Outlaw Bible of American Poetry]] she appears along side the likes of [[Allen Ginsberg]], [[Jack Kerouac]] and [[William S. Burroughs]]. Internationally known, her wit and often dark, factual accuracy and empathy for her subjects has brought critical acclaim as well as a huge fan base. Berry is the Author of several books including “Two Blocks East Of Vine,” and “The Underground Guide To Los Angeles,” co-authored with writing partner [[Pleasant Gehman]].
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[[File:Iris250.jpg|right|frame|250px|Iris Berry. Photo by Don Spiro]]'''Iris Berry''' is a musician, writer, poet, Los Angeles pop culture historian and actress. One of the true and original progenitors of the L.A. punk scene. A native Angelino, her lifetime spent in the City of Angels has resulted in over two decades worth of astonishing literary contributions. Berry’s writing has been widely anthologized. In [[The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry]] she appears along side the likes of [[Allen Ginsberg]], [[Jack Kerouac]] and [[William S. Burroughs]]. Internationally known, her wit and often dark, factual accuracy and empathy for her subjects has brought critical acclaim as well as a huge fan base. Berry is the Author of several books including “Two Blocks East Of Vine,” and “The Underground Guide To Los Angeles,” co-authored with writing partner [[Pleasant Gehman]].
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