Beat Scene No. 76 (Winter/Early Spring 2015). William S. Burroughs, Bob Dylan, Herbert Huncke, Jack Kerouac, Ken Kesey, James Koller, Kenneth Patchen, Kenneth Rexroth, Kevin Ring.

Beat Scene No. 76 (Winter/Early Spring 2015)

Warwickshire, England: The Beat Scene Press, 2015. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Book This winter/early spring 2015 number of the magazine-format literary journal published by Kevin Ring in the UK (the most current as of this writing in April 2015) features a series of lengthy, informative late interviews with the recently deceased Beat-related poet & novelist James Koller (1936-2014) conducted by Peter Garland during 2013-2014. Also a review by Laurence Ring of a recent exhibit of William S. Burroughs' art held at the October gallery in London ("Can You All Hear Me?"); another scholarly article by Kevin Ring on Bob Dylan's connection with Jack Kerouac's hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts which further investigates this topic explored in an earlier issue & chapbook; two important essays relating to Ken Kesey by Colin Cooper ("Ken Kesey's Notion") & Pamela Hardyment ("Ken Kesey at Filthy's"); a wonderful late interview with Beat-hipster legend Herbert Huncke conducted by Kurt Hemmer in December 1995; an essay by Kevin Ring on the critical support of Kenneth Rexroth toward his fellow poet & contemporary Kenneth Patchen; & more. With additional reviews, & many photo-illustrations of literary luminaries, vintage covers, etc. Another great issue in the collectible series that continues to uphold its motto: "This is the Beat Generation." In bright, as-new condition inside & out. As new. [Item #2153]

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