Issue Ten: Religion
Sep26

Issue Ten: Religion

Another issue, another controversial topic. The Beats were no strangers to religions and spirituality, and as such it is only logical that we devote an issue of the magazine to exploring this relationship. Whether it’s the conflict between Kerouac’s Catholicism and his Buddhist leanings, or Ginsberg’s long quest for enlightenment, we want to know what you think. Any essays exploring these ideas, or any relationship...

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Love Always, Carolyn
Sep20

Love Always, Carolyn

They say behind every great man is a great woman. Carolyn Cassady was behind two. Wife of beatnik icon Neal Cassady and lover-muse of Jack Kerouac, Carolyn saw her life story and the memory of the men she loved hijacked by mythmakers. Love Always, Carolyn is the intimate, graceful portrait of a patient matriarch who could never escape the constant wake of her husband’s epic misadventures. [Watch trailer] Love Always, Carolyn is a...

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Sinclair Beiles

Spencer Kansa handed me this link the other day to share with you all. Enjoy.

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Hunter S. Thompson & Ralph Steadman Movies

Folks, you’ve probably heard. We’ve pushed it our Facebook page and our Twitter page, and it’s all over the interwebz – Hunter S. Thompson’s novel, The Rum Diary, is coming to screens near you later this year. The trailer recently caused a flurry of comments from divided fans who’ve waited a long, long time for the project to near its end. Rather than post the trailer here, I’m going to offer...

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Only the Coolest Cats Read Beatdom
Sep02

Only the Coolest Cats Read Beatdom

Folks, it’s true. Only the coolest cats read Beatdom. If you think you’re cool enough, head on over to the Beatdom Store and pick up a copy. Why not? It’s...

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