|Born||Lawrence Monsanto Ferling, March 24, 1919, Yonkers, New York, U.S.|
|Died||February 22, 2021, San Francisco, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Poet, activist, essayist, painter, publisher|
|Literary movement||Beat poetry|
A Coney Island of the Mind, Starting from San Francisco, and other works by the Beat poet and author. The Janus Pannonius International Poetry Prize and the National Book Foundation's Literarian Award are among his many literary awards.
He was raised as Lawrence Ferling; Ferlinghetti learned his true surname only when he had to track down his birth certificate for the purpose of U.S. Navy enlistment.
He was a co-founder of City Lights, a well-known bookstore in San Francisco.
In 1951, he married Selden Kirby-Smith, with whom he had two children.
He and author Novelist David Sedaris are both New York natives.
City Lighting - The City's Lighting is a specialized independent book publisher in San Francisco, California, Global Documents, Arts and Progress Policy. There is also a non-profit city lighting foundation that announced selected securities related to the culture of San Francisco. at TM_VZ! The literature of San Francisco Bay. Poet San Francisco's Laureate. Writer of bits creation. North Field Mount Hermon School Alumni. American bookstore. TM_VZ! Resistance to the US tax law. Winner of the national book. Members of the American Arts and Letter Academy. Artists in San Francisco. American anarchist. TM_VZ! American anti-war activist. Commander of art and letters. Writers in San Francisco