In Beat Transnationalism, Tytell explores the importance of Mexico to the writers and artists of the Beat Generation. You can buy it now on Amazon as a paperback or Kindle book. Copies will also be on sale at the event.
What makes this book exceptional is that it gives us a look at not only the Beat experience in Mexico but also a glimpse into the development of one of the Beat Generation’s greatest scholars, John Tytell. – BILL MORGAN
John Tytell is one of a handful of mavericks who blazed the path for what we now know as Beat Studies forty years ago. – KURT HEMMER
With Beat Transnationalism, John Tytell adds to his long list of superior literary studies that began with his pioneering Naked Angels: The Lives and Literature of the Beat Generation (1976). – REGINA WEINREICH
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