the town and the city

The Town and the City

The Town and the City is a complete joy, Jack Kerouac’s holiday present to the world. As the New England…

7 years ago

Chelsea’s Ghosts Revisited

For literary types and students of Beat history who intend to invest a few cool million in real estate at…

7 years ago

After the Deluge

“What are you rebelling against?” the local girl asks one of the “saintly motorcyclists” in the 1953 movie The Wild…

8 years ago

New Kerouac Novel In The News; New Book About “On The Road” Published

The interviews with Henderson tell a different side of the now-famously fabled story of how the Beat Generation was jump-started…

9 years ago

The Beat Generation and Travel

More so than any other literary movement, the Beats have influenced the world of travel and have helped shape our…

11 years ago

The Breton Traveller

Jack Kerouac’s Search for his Roots Much has been written about Kerouac's apparent rootlessness being the driving force behind his…

12 years ago

Jack Kerouac’s Visions of Gerard

By Kristin McLaughlin Without Gerard, what would have happened to Ti Jean? – Jack Kerouac[1] Visions of Gerard is Kerouac’s…

12 years ago

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