Beatdom #16


Beatdom 16 is the MONEY issue of Beatdom.




Beatdom 16 is the MONEY issue of Beatdom, in which we look at the fictional origins of the Burroughs Millions, or rather, the trust fund that supposedly kept William S. Burroughs wealthy enough to live a life of luxury. Beyond this, we look at the childhood of Herbert Huncke, in a piece written by Hilary Holladay, and reconsider the writing styles of Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac. We also have essays on the lives and work of Hettie Jones and Bonnie Bremser, as well as reconsidering Kerouac’s novels as early New Journalism, rather than fiction. In addition to these excellent essays, we have several short stories and Beat book reviews.


The Burroughs Millions – David S. Wills

The Debt Collector

Herbert Huncke Excerpt – Hilary Holladay

Finding Ferlinghetti – Calvin White

Ginsberg in the Underground – Delilah Gardner

Nothing is Perfect – Bob Pope

A Negative Score on the Happiness List – Katie Stewart

The American Dreamer Goes the Way of the American Hobo – Gina Stritch

Telling All The Road – Max Bakke

Review: At the End of the Road – David S. Wills

Beaten White – Alyssa Cokinis

The Surrealist – Brandon Lee

Review: The Whole Shot

Reconsidering Kerouac – Richard Kostelanetz

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