Binghamton, NY: State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton, 1975. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Clayton Eshleman. This vintage number of the scholarly literary journal, specially dedicated to "The Oral Impulse in Contemporary American Poetry" & chiefly edited by Robert Kroetsch & William V. Spanos, features the essay "The Gull Wall" by Clayton Eshleman, an analysis of the work of Paul Blackburn, his late friend & fellow acclaimed American.....[Item #3540]
The Prolific & Underappreciated
One of our favorite new sections of the Third Mind Books site, “The Prolific & Underappreciated” category consists of hand-picked works by numerous individuals whose contributions to and achievements in the field of literature fail to match their “renown” or esteem in the minds of common readers, critics or scholars alike. We take this category to be an opportunity for all to discover the rich repository of untapped resources that are these authors and their many works.
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Bristol, England: The Kerouac Connection, 1989. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This vintage number of the UK literary journal of the Beat Generation & especially Jack Kerouac, edited & with contributions by David Moore, begins with "Frankie & Johnnie: A New York Memoir," about Kerouac & his first wife Edie (referring to their mutual affectionate nicknames) by none other than James Perrizo (1944-2006), the devoted Beat scholar & collector who was.....[Item #4413]
Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1990. First Printing. Hardcover. “In these critical essays Gregory Stephenson takes the reader on a journey through the literature of the Beat Generation: a journey encompassing that common ethos of Beat literature—the passage from darkness to light, from fragmented being toward wholeness, from Beat to Beatific. In his introduction, Stephenson provides a brief history of this literary and cultural phenomenon and establishes the basis.....[Item #5275]