Chicago, IL: Big Table, Inc., 1959-1960. First Printings. Softcovers. Here are all five contiguous issues of one of the most important literary journals ever published: Big Table. A legendary response to censure & censorship by the mid-twentieth century American academic-literary establishment, Big Table was conceived by Irving Rosenthal, the editor of the prestigious Chicago Review. Issues of the review published in 1958 featured writings & excerpts by Jack Kerouac &.....[Item #3338]
Remembering Jack Kerouac & Some Notable Beat Birthdays
Introducing the TMB October Sale, Remembering Jack Kerouac & Some Notable Beat Birthdays! Our special for this month is half Kerouac Memoriam and half honoring the notable October Beat Birthdays of Philip Whalen & the late Michael McClure.
All on sale for 15-35% off for the month of October ONLY!
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New York, NY: Segue Press, 1976. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Diane Wakoski. "Roof brings together many of the poets and students who worked at Naropa Institute's Kerouac School in the summer of 1976. Founded in '74 by Anne Waldman, Allen Ginsberg and Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, the Kerouac School provides a meeting place for several generations of American poets...Our collection presents the authors in more or less the order they.....[Item #3478]
Flushing, NY: Sadruddin Aga Khan, 1964. First Printing. Softcover. The Winter-Spring 1964 issue of this legendary literary periodical, featuring a facsimile of a letter typed & signed by Kerouac about Louis-Ferdinand Celine. Also contributions by Celine, Robert Bly, Norman Mailer, Henry Miller & others. Complete with contemporary ads, subscriber cards, etc. From the collection of James Perrizo (1944-2006), noted Beat scholar, collector & one-time assistant to Edie Kerouac Parker, Jack's.....[Item #1737]
Charlotte, NC: Southern Review, 1965. First Printing. Hardbound in Boards. The second number of a large-format hardbound literary journal published by Southern Review, "a non-profit corporation formed to support southern writing." Features a poem by Kerouac, "A Curse of the Devil." along with contributions by many Southern writers (including Betty Ford, Edsel Ford & Paul Newman, none related to...) & illustrations, including one by Jasper Johns opposite title page. Also.....[Item #1738]
New York, NY: Sadruddin Aga Khan, 1968. First Printing. Softcover. This vintage number of the legendary literary journal then-chiefly edited by George Plimpton with, among others, American poetry giant Donald Hall & (as "Poetry Editor") the Beat-&-Beyond prolific poet & biographer Tom Clark, features an interview with Beat Generation Founding Father Jack Kerouac, conducted by the great New York School-&-Beyond poet Ted Berrigan, a key installment in the Review's "The.....[Item #3431]