Coventry, England: Beat Scene Press, 2016. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Beat Scene Issue No. 84 begins with an incredibly scholastic article from Jaap Vanderbent that focuses on John Clellon Holmes' relationship with "the classics," but chronicles and comments on many other figures of Beat pedigree (Ed Sanders, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs & others) and their work's relation to classical mythology. Following that is an excellent article from.....[Item #2951]
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.