Elmwood Park, IL; New York, NY: The Review of Contemporary Fiction; Viking/Penguin, 1984; 1985. First Editions. Softcover; Hardcover. (1) This loaded-syringe-of-a-bundle begins the "William S. Burroughs Number" of The Review for Contemporary Fiction from Spring 1984, a must-have for the True Burroughsian or anyone with a real commitment to surveying what's been written about WSB. This is especially true when it comes to surveying the first decade of scholarship after.....[Item #4048]
FEBRUARY FEATURE: BURROUGHS BIRTHDAY SPECIAL, 2021!
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Coventry, England: The Beat Scene Press, 1996. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This vintage mid-1996 number of the magazine-format literary journal edited & published by Kevin Ring in the UK features the transcript of a telephone interview with William S. Burroughs conducted by Ron Whitehead on June 19, 1996, slightly over a year before WSB's death. Also in this issue, an obituary of & the final interview with Jan Kerouac, Jack's.....[Item #4069]
Coventry, England: The Beat Scene Press, 2000. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This vintage 2000 number of the magazine-format literary journal edited & published by Kevin Ring in the UK features an insider's memoir of William S. Burroughs by Jim McCrary, a writer who was part of WSB's most intimate circle of friends during his last years in Lawrence, Kansas; an article by Colin Cooper on John Fante, a writer rediscovered.....[Item #4083]
Paris, France: Olympia Press, 1963. First Edition. Softcover. (Maynard & Miles C54, p. 122). “With bitter hilarity William Burroughs blasts our mismanaged and deranged planet. The section printed here is a continuous excerpt from his latest novel, ‘The Ticket That Exploded.’ Readers unfamiliar with Burroughs’ fold-in technique of writing may appreciate the author’s explanation of what he’s about: ‘My writing methods are similar to those of photographic montage. I want.....[Item #3992]
Coventry, England: The Beat Scene Press, Autumn 2009. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This number of "A little magazine of the Beat Generation" edited & published by Kevin Ring in the UK, features a travelogue-essay by James (Jed) Birmingham on the Naked Lunch@50 Conference held in Paris in 2009 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of William S. Burroughs' masterpiece. As with all his writings on his Reality Studio website, this is.....[Item #1840]
Paris, France: Sadruddin Aga Khan, 1965. First Printing. Softcover. This vintage number of the prestigious literary journal then-chiefly edited by George Plimpton includes the first appearance of one of the most well-known & important interviews of William S. Burroughs, which occurred in his birthplace of St. Louis, Missouri when he revisited there briefly during 1965. Conducted by the acclaimed biographer-journalist Conrad Knickerbocker (who committed suicide the following year), this lengthy.....[Item #4072]