Coventry, England: Beat Scene Press, 2007. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. In Beat Scene No. 54, Kyle Schlesinger kicks off the issue with a studious, scholastic analyses of typography in the work of Robert Creeley. The essays span the sea-wide scope of Creeley's output in a concise and informative thirteen pages that detail and illuminate the respect poet's product & process. Also featured are articles on poet Harold Norse, John Clellon.....[Item #2562]
Beat Scene Press
For those that don’t know of Beat Scene, it is a paper magazine – 64 pages at present – devoted to the Beat Generation and associated writers, artists, musicians and whomever. They have been publishing for 29 years and as you might expect the magazine has grown in that time. We consider it primarily an information magazine. We try and list addresses, web sites, publishers etc. Consequently we try and publish interviews and features by and about those writers we rate highly.
Beat Scene magazine was started in 1988, and they just released their 105th issue.
The Beat Scene Press Chapbook Series is a side project of published essays, interviews, and commentaries of the Beat Generation and affiliated entities.
Regular series format of 8″ x 5″ with cover flaps, published in an edition of 150 numbered copies.
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Coventry, England: The Beat Scene Press, 2009. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This special issue of the magazine-format literary journal edited & published by Kevin Ring in the UK is devoted to Jack Kerouac, Founding Father of the Beat Generation, & begins with a robust, rollicking prose letter from John Clellon Holmes to Kerouac written in 1958. This rare, often overlooked letter was remarkably not included in the Kerouac Selected Letters.....[Item #4143]
Coventry, England: Beat Scene Press, 2020. First Printing. Glued Wrappers. The latest (as of this writing) number of the essential magazine devoted to the Beat Generation edited, published & with contributions by Kevin Ring in the UK. Featuring several tributes to Michael McClure (1932-2020), Giant of the Beat Generation, San Francisco Renaissance & beyond who passed away during May of 2020 at age 87. With firsthand reminiscences of McClure by.....[Item #3768]
Coventry, England: the Beat Scene Press, 2010. Limited First Edition. Stapled Wrappers. Number 26 in the Beat Scene Press Pocket Book Series published by Kevin Ring in the UK, this is a small compilation of letters written by the great American poet Lew Welch, who in 1971 departed from his friend Gary Snyder's California property into the surrounding wilderness & disappeared. Including a letter to Jack Kerouac written on January.....[Item #2141]