The Kerouac Connection No. 21 (Spring 1991). James Morton, Rod Anstee, Chris Challis, Kaviraj George Dowden, Ian Duckett, Alan Griffey, Park Honan, Jack Kerouac, John Montgomery, David Moore, Gail Grenier Sweet.
The Kerouac Connection No. 21 (Spring 1991)
The Kerouac Connection No. 21 (Spring 1991)
The Kerouac Connection No. 21 (Spring 1991)

The Kerouac Connection No. 21 (Spring 1991)

ISBN: (ISSN)09542965
Glasgow, Scotland: The Kerouac Connection, 1991. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This vintage number of the UK literary journal of the Beat Generation & especially Jack Kerouac, edited by James Morton & subtitled "BUMPER Jazz Sex Issue," features many fascinating & informative articles including a record of Chris Challis' On the Road-esque exploration of the Beats' America with his photographs; Ian Duckett's now timely "Crudely Malely Sexual: Sexism and Kerouac"; an assessment of a City Lights Books-sponsored event of music & readings by Alan Griffey; Park Honan's "Kerouac, the University, and the Historical Present"; "Kerouac and Women" by by the remarkably sympathetic feminist Gail Grenier Sweet & more. Also with the Buddhist-Kerouacian poem "Soft Vision" by Kaviraj George Dowden; book reviews by Morton (who also provides an editorial), former editor David Moore, Rod Anstee, Kerouac's friend John Montgomery & others; letters; a "News" section on contemporary Beat developments; a few "small ads" (including for Kevin Ring's Beat Scene journal-magazine); notes on contributors. Another deep, rich & rewarding issue in this most important & collectible series. In exceptionally very fine condition with only a few tiny bumps at edges & corners of front, back covers & stapled spine; short, faint creases at spine & spine-edges of covers; one tiny, faint spot-mark near upper right corner of front cover. Interior substantially mint. Very Fine. [Item #4449]

Price: $35.00