The Kerouac Connection No. 25 (Autumn 1993). James Morton, Linda Morton, Rod Anstee, Dan Barth, Jim Burns, John J. Dorfner, Ian Duckett, Jack Kerouac, David Moore, Gerald Nicosia, Rachael Skehan, Carl Solomon, Nova Stevenson.
The Kerouac Connection No. 25 (Autumn 1993)
The Kerouac Connection No. 25 (Autumn 1993)
The Kerouac Connection No. 25 (Autumn 1993)

The Kerouac Connection No. 25 (Autumn 1993)

ISBN: (ISSN)09542965
Glasgow, Scotland: The Kerouac Connection, 1993. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This vintage number of the UK literary journal of the Beat Generation & especially Jack Kerouac features a tribute-obiturary essay on Carl Solomon (1928-1993), the dedicatee of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" & a key-yet-obscure original Beat figure, by Jim Burns. Also in this issue are Kerouac- & Beat-related scholarly articles & fictional prose by Dan Barth ("Saint Jack," in which he imagines encountering Kerouac long after his purported demise), John J. Dorfner (about his attendance at the 1993 "Lowell Celebrates Kerouac" Festival), Lynne Taetzsh's cover story "Content: Process: Product: An exploration of family resemblances between Jack Kerouac's Visions of Cody and the New York School of action painting," & more; a section of Kerouac-inspired & themed poems by Ian Duckett, Rachael Skehan, Nova Stevenson & others; & reviews of contemporarily released books & recordings including by Rod Anstee, Burns, former KC editor David Moore, Gerald Nicosia (the foremost critical biographer of Kerouac & our good friend & colleague at the European Beat Studies Network, ebsn.eu). With James Morton's "Atop an Underwood" editorial, letters, & notes on contributors (back cover). Another terrifically enthusiastic & informative issue in this most eminently collectible series. In very fine condition with only a few tiny bumps, creases at thin edges & corners of front, back covers & stapled spine; mild fading to pink color at spine & cover spine-edges. Interior very fine with only very small, faint creases & tiny bumps at mostly upper corners of page leaves. Very Fine. [Item #4492]

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