Collection Number: PS228.B6_Z99

Collection Title: Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2007

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Size About 290 items
Abstract Bill Morgan (1949- ), bibliographer of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg, collector of material by, about, and related to Ferlinghetti and Ginsberg, assembled these items. This collection consists of articles about the Beats and their associates. Included are clippings, photocopies, and computer printouts. Some materials are oversize.
Creator Morgan, Bill, 1949-
Language English
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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
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[Identification of item], in Articles Related to the Beats (#PS228.B6 Z99), Rare Book Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Received from Bill Morgan.
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Bill Morgan (1949- ), bibliographer of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg, collector of material by, about, and related to Ferlinghetti and Ginsberg, assembled these items.

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This collection consists of articles about the Beats and their associates assembled by Bill Morgan. Some materials are oversize.

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Item 1

"Today's birthdays: Allen Ginsberg is 69." From: News journal (Wilmington, Del.), 1995 June 3, p. C3 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 1

Clipping.

Item 2

"Ginsberg has cancer." From: Pittsburgh post gazette, 1997 April #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 2

Clipping.

Item 3

"Tuning out, turning off, dropping out." Janet Maslin. From: New York times, 1997 June 6 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 3

Clipping.

Item 4

"Chance meeting with guru memorable." Bill Steigwald. From: Pittsburgh post gazette, 1997 April 6 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 4

Clipping.

Item 5

"Selected memories." Diana Trilling. From: New Yorker, 1995 November 6 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 5

Clipping.

Item 6

"The membership, 1982-1983." From: Newsletter of the Friends of the Amherst College Library, 1983 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 6

Original issue.

Lists Allen Ginsberg

Item 7

"A brief shining moment; for a generation of St. Louisans, Gaslight Square was the place to be." Richard H. Weiss. From: St. Louis post-dispatch, 1999 August 1 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 7

Lexis-Nexis printout.

Item 8

"Frank O'Hara: in Los Angeles, glimpses of a poetry man." Robert L. Pincus. From: San Diego union-tribune, 1999 September 19 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 8

Lexis-Nexis printout.

Item 9

"The beat generation: rebels without a cause." Michael Herz. From: New York times, 1999 September 19 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 9

Lexis-Nexis printout.

Letter to the editor.

Item 10

"To eat, perchance to dream." From: GQ, v. 70, no. 8, 2000 August #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 10

Clippping.

Photograph of Ginsberg and Dylan.

Item 11

Rudy Burckhardt. Guardian (Manchester, England), 1999 August 23 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 11

Lexis-Nexis printout.

Quotes Allen Ginsberg.

Item 12

"Summer of love: revolution and evolution." Ansel Adams Center for Photography. Press release, 1997 July 25-September 7 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 12

Original issue.

Item 13

"Poisons." Jean-Marie Rouart. Le figaro, 1996 May 17 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 13

Photocopy.

Includes photographs of Ginsberg, Kerouac and Burroughs (2 c.)

Item 14

"Beat goes on within People." From: News journal (Wilmington, Del.), 1997 May 3, p. E2 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 14

Clipping.

Item 15

"The risk is still real for Rushdie." Sally Kalson. From: Pittsburgh post gazette, 1997 April 14 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 15

Clippping.

Mentions Ginsberg.

Item 16

Column on homosexual youth. Ann Landers. From: Philadelphia inquirer , 1997 May 25, p. H2 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 16

Clipping.

Item 17

"On the rocks." Dave Kehr. From: New York times, 2002 June 27 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 17

Clipping.

Mentions "Pull my daisy."

Item 18

"Halloween parade." Rephann. From: New York press (New York, N.Y.: 1968), 1997 October 29-November 1997 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 18

Clipping.

Mentions Ginsberg as a Halloween costume.

Item 19

"Death of decency." Roger Kimbal. From: Wall Street journal, 1997 August 8, p. A12. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 19

Photocopy.

About William Burroughs.

Item 20

"Brad Mehldau." Mike Joyce. From: Washington post, 1999 June 18 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 20

Lexis-Nexis printout.

Mentions Allen Ginsberg.

Item 21

"Photograph of Allen Ginsberg and Neal Cassady." Photographer unknown. From: Out, 1997 August, p. 26 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 21

Clipping.

Item 22

"Well-versed in selection." Barnes & Noble advertisement. From: New Yorker, 1997 June 23 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 22

Clipping.

Mentions Allen Ginsberg.

Item 23

Title page(?). From: Zaln, 1985 October #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 23

Photocopy.

TOC lists three letters to Neal and Carolyn Cassady from Allen Ginsberg, p. 96-99. The letters are not included.

Item 24

"Allen Ginsberg, Mot doi tho soi dong." Hoang, Hung. From: Kien thuc ngay nay, after 1992 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 24

Photocopy.

Item 25

"Quotation from Charles Bukowski in a review of Allen Ginsberg's Empty mirror." From: Terpentin on the rocks (Augsburg : Maro), 1978 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 25

Photocopy.

Originally published in Ole, no. 7.

Item 26

"Speaking frankly, a disappointment." Hank Burchard. From: Washington post, 1994 October 7 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 26

Lexis-Nexis printout.

Article on Robert Frank mentions Allen Ginsberg (spelled Alan Ginsburg)

Item 27

"Looking both ways: Robert Frank" T. A. Frail. From: Washington post, 1994 September 4 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 27

ProQuest printout.

Mentions Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac

Item 28

Article on Allen Ginsberg with photograph. From: Vecernje novosti (Beograd) , 1986 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 28

Item 29

"Bohemian rhapsody." Robert Christgau. From: Spin, 1997 October, p. 139 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 29

Photocopy.

Article on Harry Smith with photograph by Allen Ginsberg.

Item 30

"Jack Kerouac and the New Orleans beat tradition." Alex Rawls. From: Offbeat, 1999 September, p. 67-69 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 30

Item 31

"Conference on King of Beats, punctuated by counter beats." Edward Levine. From: New York times, 1995 June 11, sect. 13 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 31

Clipping.

Item 48

"S. A. Griffin presents Angina, an open poetry thing at the Onyx/Sequel Café." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 48

Item 49

Photocopies of information about David Amram sent by him to Charles McNamra of the Rare Book Collection, Wilson Library, for the Beats Conference at UNC, April 2-3, 2004 "Beats in America: Alternative Visions, Then and Now." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 49

Photocopies.

Information about David Amran.

Item 50

Form letter from Bill Morgan to James E. Perrizo soliticing information for the Ginsberg bibliography. Holographic reply from Perrizo with "not for biblio" at top. Perrizo's address lable included. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 50

Letter soliticing info on Ginsberg.

Item 52

"Waiting for McClure." Russell C. Campbell III. From: University gazette (UNC), 2004 May 24 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 52

Online article.

Announcement of "The Beats in America" conference.

Item 53

"Kerouac: athlete and scholar, Lowell celebrates Kerouac!" 1996 October 3-6 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 53

Brochure.

Addressed to Bill Morgan

Item 54

"Richard Wilbur / Jack Hagstrom." Photocopy of a typescript, 1982 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 54

No references to Ferlinghetti, Ginsberg, Kerouac, Coros, McClure or Burroughs.

Item 55

"Children of the Beats." Daniel Pinchbeck. From: Playboy, 1996 July, pp.148-153 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 55

Photocopy.

Illustrated with photographs of Beats and their children

Item 56

"Literary lamplighter: Paris bookseller George Whitman opens his shop to humanity." Jean Hennelly Keith. From: Bostonia, 2002 fall, p.28-29 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 56

Original issue.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg mentioned.

Item 57

Holographic note on yellow note paper. At top: "Eleanor Wiedeman saw this" #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 57

Lists appearance on C-Span 2, 1996 October 22, 11p.m.

Reviews Memory Babe by Gerald Nicosia. Program is third in a series on beats.

Item 58

"Cover of recordings of Herbert Huncke," 13 November 1994 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 58

Photocopy.

Item 59

Advertisement for 3 poems #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 59

Clipping of unknown newspaper.

Item 60

"L'epopee des clochards celestes" by Bruno Corty and "Jack Kerouac, le blues de l'ange dechu" by Eric Neuhoff #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 60

In "Dossier" Dated 17 May 1996.

Photocopy.

William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac.

Item 61

"Does beat literature still speak to us?" Edvins Beitiks. From: San Francisco Examiner, undated #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 61

Photocopy.

About a panel discussion of the Rolling Stone book of the beats.

Item 62

"News from City Lights," 2001 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 62

Flier.

Publisher's announcement of the publication of the Book of dreams by Jack Kerouac.

Item 63

"Original manuscript." George Robert Minkoff, Inc. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 63

Flier.

Description of the Book of Dreams by Jack Keroauc.

Item 64

Pages from the Dictionary of literary biography #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 64

Photocopy.

Shows photograph of the typescript of Jack Kerouac's On the road , beginning and a transcription of part 1.

Item 65

Advertisement for William S. Burroughs' "Ghost of a chance." From: Serpents's Tail, New York #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 65

Photocopy.

Item 66

Photograh and drawing of William Burroughs by David Hockney #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 66

Photocopy.

Drawing of Andrei Voznesensky and photograph of Heathecote Williams.

Item 68

Roth's "Beatnik bandit" #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 68

Postcard.

Customized car sold as a model.

Item 69

"Gregory Corso: Poetic by choice." Kenneth Warren. From: Contact II, 1991 Spring, p.74-75, 79 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 69

Photocopy.

Review of Mindfield (NY: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1989)

Item 70

"The New York Public Library's Books of the century." NY Public Library, 1995 May 24 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 70

Original.

Jack Kerouac's On the road is listed under "The People's Choice."

Item 71

"Beatnik and hippie collectibles." Richard Synchef. From: P's and Q's magazine, 1997 Winter, p.23-25 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 71

Photocopy.

Item 72

Beats website: updated today, 1997 November 3 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 72

Printout of an email.

Item 73

"10th annual Lowell Celebrates Kerouac! Festival,", 1997 October 2-5 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 73

Original brochure.

Item 74

"City where the Beats were moved to howl." Ann Douglas. From: New York times, 1997 December 26 p.E43,E49 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 74

Photocopy.

Includes map.

Item 75

"Vietnam war protest: posters and handbills." Richard Synchef. From: Paper pile quarterly, 1997 Winter #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 75

Photocopy.

Item 76

"Jack Kerouac: Painter and poet. An exhibition of Jack Kerouac's paintings and poems." Whistler House Museum of Art, 1998 October 1 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 76

Invitation with return envelope. In envelope addressed to Bill Morgan.

Card illustrated with "Old angel midnight."

Item 77

"A Beat announcement: Your guide to a beat generation celebration." Bayly Art Museum, 1998 October 2-December 23, 1998 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 77

Brochure.

Photographs of Fred W. McDarrah

Item 78

"Glory days: the beat generation photographs of Fred W. McDarrah." Bayly Art Museum, 1998 October 2-December 23, 1998 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 78

Brochure.

Item 79

"4th annual Beat literature symposium." University of Massachusetts, 1998 October 2 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 79

Photocopy of flyer.

Item 80

"Father of the Beat generation began On the road in Ozone Park." Alysha Sideman. Celebration of Queens, 1998 June 4, p.56, 60 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 80

Photograph of Jack Kerouac, photocopy.

Item 81

"The Kerouac legacy: lawsuits and legends." Dinitia Smith. From: International herald tribune, 1998 July 11-12 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 81

Photocopy.

Photograph of Gerald Nicosia.

Item 82

"You don't know Jack. Excerpt from Subterranean Kerouac." Ellis Amburn. From: Out, 1998 August, p.56-61 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 82

Photocopy.

Many photographs of Kerouac and his friends.

Item 83

11th annual Lowell Celebrates Kerouac! 1998 October 1-4 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 83

Brochure.

Addressed to Bill Morgan.

Item 84

"Tijean blues: a work in progress." JoAnne Akalaitis. PS 122, 17-20 April 1998? #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 84

Original.

Postcard advertising a production of Tijean blues, based on the life and writings of Jack Kerouac.

Item 85

Lowell celebrates Kerouac! And The Whistler House Museum of Art present Jack Kerouac: painter and poet. 1998 October 1-4 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 85

Postcard.

Addressed to Bill Morgan and featuring Old Angel Midnight on the front.

Item 86

The University of Massachusetts, Lowell, presents the 4th Annual Beat Literature Symposium, 2 October 1998 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 86

Flyer photocopy.

Item 87

"The source: a film by Chuck Workman," 1999 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 87

Brochure invitation to celebrate the US theatrical premier, 16 August 1999.

Item 88

"Paying tribute to a writer's world." Mike Clary. From: Philadelphia inquirer, 1999 April 4 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 88

Clipping.

"Some lovers of literature in Florida want to recapture the spirit of Jack Kerouac"

Item 89

"Recapturing the skipped beats." Ronna C. Johnson and Maria Damon. From: Chronicle of higher education, 1999 October 1 B4-B6 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 89

Discussion of women and Black beat writers: Amiri Baraka, Ted Joans, Bob Kaufman, Hettie Jones.

Item 90

"Kerouac's lonesome road." James Wolcott. From: Vanity fair, 1999 October #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 90

Clipping.

Item 91

The Culture Project presents From Cairo to Kerouac: keeping the flame alive. With David Amram and Friends. Jazz, world music and the words of Jack Kerouac. Central Park Bandshell, 6 August 1999. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 91

Flyer original.

Item 92

"The Rolling Stone book of the Beats," 1999 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 92

Flyer advertising a reading and signing at Borders Books and Music, 22 September 1999.

Item 93

"Resurrecting Huncke." Jim Knipfel. From: New York Press, 2000 June 14-20 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 93

Clipping.

Item 94

"Jack Kerouac and the beats, off the road and in a film." From: New York times, 2000 July 12 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 94

Clipping.

Article on "Pull my daisy" prompted by its showing on television.

Item 95

Steve Bonge presents The Beatnik Art Show, curated by Les Barany and Jonathan Le Vine. Art created by members of the world famous Beatnik car club. Opening 17 August 2000 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 95

Postcard.

Item 96

"Beat culture." David Bonetti. From: San Francisco Examiner, 1999 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 96

Printout.

Review of Beat culture and the new America, 1950-1965, a show from the Whitney Museum, at the de Young Museum, in late 1999

Item 97

"Big Table Media: Subterraneans." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 97

Printout of a course outline on the beats accompanied by an email from Bill Gargan to Bill Morgan

Item 98

"The beat goes on." Sam Hurwitt. From: San Francisco Examiner, 2000 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 98

Review of the exhibition, Beat culture and the new America: 1950-1965 at the de Young Memorial Museum.

Item 99

13th Street Repertory Company presents Jack Kerouac "Last Call". A new play by Tom O'Neil. 2002 April 18-July 14 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 99

In 2 parts: postcard announcement and program. A model.

Item 106

Rhino Records catalog, 1980s? #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 106

Listing for the Jack Kerouac Collection of 3-CD or 4-cassette or LP collection.

Item 107

"Opening this week." From: New York times, 1985 September 1 p.H 11 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 107

Photograph of Jack Coulter as Jack Kerouac in Kerouac a film.

Item 108

Listings for readings from Jack Kerouac's Mexico City blues: 242 choruses by Allen Ginsberg, from the Dharma Bum and for the Jack Kerouac collection, read by Kerouac. American Audio Prose Library, 1992-1993 p. 18-19 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 108

Item 109

"Outside the establishment." Published in Asbury Park, N.J., 1963 December 1 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 109

Single sheet of 8 poems ("Questing" / Colin Black, "The chance" / Stephen Friedland, F. Scott Fitzgerald / Linda Deutsch, P.L. Rhapsody / G. Shayne Weir, "A time of fire" / G.L. Cook, "Inquisition" / James Indindoli, "Post symposium" / Leon Feldman, "Infinite" / Mario Falaguerra.

With Ferlinghetti material. No beat connection?

Item 110

Program for "On the town" with Phyllis Newman, Bernadette Peters and Ron Husmann, 1971 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 110

Cannot find beats connection.

Item 111

"Wilderness Poet returns to city." Jay Joslyn. From: Milwaukee sentinel, 25 December 1985 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 111

Photocopy.

Article and photograph of antler.

Item 112

"The most Italian city in America? San Francisco." Robert DiLallo. From: Italian food, wine & travel , 2000 p.18-25 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 112

Contains references to North beach and the beats.

Item 113

"Victorians, moderns, beats: new in the Berg Collection, 1994-2001. "New York: New York Public Library, 2001. 24 p. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 113

Item 114

"On the road with the last beat poet." From: New York magazine, 2001 January 15, p.11 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 114

Article about the death of Gregory Corso, quotes Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

Item 115

Howl! Festival of East Village Arts, 23-24 August 2003 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 115

Three-fold flyer.

Events included the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Festival, Avenue A Processional and Kids in the Hood.

Item 122

"Donald Allen, 92, book editor of Bold new voices in poetry." Wolfgang Saxon. From: unknown publication, p.T1 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 122

Photocopy.

Mentions Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jack Kerouac and Gregory Corso, among many other twentieth century poets.

Item 123

"Kerouac's scroll is on the road to Lowell." From: Umass Lowell magazine, Fall 2004, p.8 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 123

Photocopy.

Exhibition of On the road typescript.

Item 128

"On the road to Cooperstown." From: New York times (?), 2005 May 6 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 128

Photocopy.

About Jack Kerouac bobblehead doll in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Item 129

"North Beach: San Francisco's Little Italy and home of the beat generation: Shops, dining, entertainment, services and parking." From: Garland's Guides #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 129

Multifold brochure.

Item 130

Jack Kerouac Conference on Beat Literature, 2-3 October 2003 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 130

Brochure and schedule, folded into 8 panels, back and front.

Item 131

Advertisement for Beat angel, a film about the spirit of Jack Kerouac, 2004 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 131

Large card.

Label: Sun., Oct 3, 2004, The Brush with Art Gallery, Lowell Mass.

Item 132

"It happened here: Beat street." Katherine Pushkar. From: Time out New York, Student Guide, 2004 p.6 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 132

Detached.

Brief item about 454 West 20th St., where Jack Kerouac lived or visited briefly with his mother, who was living here.

Item 133

"In the land of Bobble, Kerouac is King." Umass Lowell magazine, 2004 Winter p. 2-3 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 133

Photocopy.

The Kerouac bobblehead doll makes a hit. Quotes Hilary Holladay.

Item 134

"On the road' on tour." From: New York times, 15 January 2004 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 134

Clipping.

Paragraph on the national tour of Jack Kerouac's typescript On the road .

Item 135

"Attention Kerouac fans, you can buy his Chelsea pad." William Neuman. From: New York times, 18 July 2004 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 135

Clipping.

About the sale of 454 West 20th St., where Jack Kerouac lived with his mother.

Item 136

"Jack Kerouac roar. "Howl, alumni parade, homcecoming. 2004 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 136

Brochure for Columbia Homecoming celebration 2004.

Incorporates Howl: a poetry gathering in honor of Columbia's Beats; Columbia vs. Princeton, Roar: a rally; and Closing Festivities. In envelope with unused reply form.

Item 137

"Columbians ahead of the beat." From: Columbia: the magazine of Columbia University, 2004-2005 Winter p.12 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 137

Detached.

Article on homecoming celebration poetry reading at The West End. Mentions Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.

Item 138

"On the road: il manoscritto originale di Jack Kerouac, Kerouac e la beat generation, articles from Corriere della sera." 2004 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 138

Photocopy, 6 leaves.

All material is from or about Rock 50, in conjunction with the display of the typescript of On the road in Rome 2004.

Item 139

"University launches Jack and Stella Kerouac Center for American Studies." From: UMass Lowell magazine, 2005 Spring p.33 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 139

Photocopy.

Quotes Hilary Holladay.

Item 140

"Queer beats: how the beats turned America on to sex." Kevin Killian and Jonah Raskin. From: Lambda book report , 2005 April/May, p.23-25 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 140

Photocopy.

Review of a book edited by Regina Marler (Cleis Press). Review by Kevin Killian. Also a review of American scream: Allen Ginsberg's Howl and the making of the beat generation by Jonah Raskin. Reviewed by Nathan G. Tipton.

Item 141

"Beat University." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 141

Printout.

Printout of www.geocities.com/beatuniversity/index.html, 2 leaves) a private, moderated mailing list devoted to the study of the lives of Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg and their associates (Available as of 8/2007)

Item 143

Announcement: Kerouac, Ginsberg, Amram "The beats go on Studio 18"/Molly Barnes Gallery and a price list for the beats show at the Molly Barnes Gallery. From: New York times #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 143

Photocopies.

Price list includes Ginsberg, Kerouac, Burroughs and Ferlinghetti.

Item 145

"100 years of New York's hottest scenes." New York, N.Y., 2003 December 2-29 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 145

Detached.

Includes a picture "The best minds" taken by John Cohen of Larry Rivers, Jack Kerouac, David Amram, Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso, on p. 72.

Item 146

"The beats go on: a new hotel serves continental breakfast, naked lunch." Steve Garbarino. From: Vanity fair , 2003 September p.212 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 146

Clipping.

Hotel in Desert Hot Springs, Calif. Opened by Steve Lowe. It contains an informal Burroughs museum.

Item 147

"kerouac.com" sticker #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 147

Printed in yellow on dark blue. 5x23 cm. Backing on back. Never used.

Item 151

"Beat goes on: L.A. beat revival, inspiration for the 90's." Lisa Lindstrom. From: The daily [?] Seattle, Wash., 1989 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 151

Photocopy.

Beat revival in Los Angeles.

Item 152

"Los poetas que cayeron del cielo." Jose Vicente Anaya. From: La jornada semanal (Mexico DF), 24 September 1989, p.21-24 on five sheets #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 152

Photocopy.

Refers to the beat poets.

Item 153

"Beat and beatitude." Padre Huerta. From: Ignatian (San Francisco, Calif: 1988), 1990? #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 153

Photocopy.

Literary magazine preview (University of San Francisco) 1st and last of 4 sheets. Photograph of Jack Kerouac.

Item 154

"Road works: The penguin book of the beats." Ann Charters and Michael Horovitz (eds.). From: New statesman and society , 1993 March 12, v.6, no.243, p.40 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 154

Photocopy.

Item 155

"Poetry incarnation, Albert Hall on 11-6-65." 1986? #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 155

Photocopy.

At top: To celebrate the 21st anniversary of the historical poetry reading at London's Albert Hall, a diary extract from a 1965 private journal kept by Jeanne Conn. In manuscript at bottom: note to Bill Morgan from Herschel Silverman.

Item 156

"The beats go on." Ann Charters. From: San Francisco chronicle, 26 November 1995 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 156

Printout.

Item 157

"The beat culture consortium and calendar of events." Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, 1996 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 157

Original issue.

Prepared in conjunction with "Beat Culture and the New America, 1950-1965", an exhibition.

Item 158

"Larry Keenan Photographs: The Haight-Ashbury/1964-1968." 1996 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 158

Large card.

Announcement of an exhibition at Great Modern Pictures, New York, September 12-Nov. 5, 1996.

Item 159

"Beat communication: i media e la generazione di Ferlinghetti, Kerouac, Ginsberg/Commune di Roma, Assessorato alle Politiche Culturali." From: Dipinti, 1996? #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 159

Folder.

Also announcing: The poet as painter: Ferlinghetti.

Item 160

Beat Books (Berkeley, CA). Price list and announcement, 1996? #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 160

Original.

Features The Kerouac we knew and Kerouac at the Wild Boar; and other skirmishes

Item 161

"Taking On the road to cyberspace and back: peninsula couple keep Kerouac's memory alive on the world wide web." From: Alta Vista Magazine, 1996 July 21 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 161

Photocopy.

Features Jerry Cimino.

Item 162

Sulla strada dei Beat Rassegne cinematografiche. Listing for 19 maggio-16 giugno 1997 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 162

1 long sheet, folded twice.

Item 163

"Beat Culture and the New America: 1950-1965." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 163

Large postcard announcing press review and a program (twice folded flyer).

Front has picture of group in front of City Lights taken by Allen Ginsberg.

Item 164

"Letters to the Pink." Chris Lowe. From: San Francisco chronicle, 19 October 1996 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 164

Letter about the Jesse Hamlin article "Tracing the path of the beats" on 29 September 1996.

Item 165

"Beats & hipsters: Important photographs, 1950-1990. "Great Modern Pictures, New York gallery, March 12-April 20 1997 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 165

Large postcard.

Features picture of Bob Dylan by Fred McDarrah.

Item 166

"Beats: la otra cara de USA." Rodolfo Alonso. From: Presencia literaria (La Paz, Bolivia), 8 June 1997, p.11 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 166

Photocopy.

On the publication of "Viajes por America desierta" by Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

Item 167

"New York haalt het niet bij Nisse." Ernst Jan Rozendaal. From: Provinciale Zeeuwsche courant, 1997 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 167

Photocopy.

Features a photograph of Ron Whitehead. The beat generation.

Item 168

"Esteban Moore diserto sobre la poesia beat." From: La capital, el diario de Mar del Plata , (Argentina) 1997 October 5 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 168

Photocopy.

Photograph of Esteban Moore. Mentions Kerouac, Ginsberg, Ferlinghetti.

Item 169

"Kerouac kicks joy darkness (a spoken word tribute with music)." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 169

Bookmark.

Advertising a CD issued by Rykodisc. Features a photograph of Jack Kerouac taken by Allen Ginsberg.

Item 170

"Beat icon William Burroughs mourned in S.F." Glenn Martin. From: San Francisco chronicle, 1997 August #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 170

Printout.

Item 171

"A grand night of poetry: city to host first-ever poetry and jazz extravaganza." From: Downtown (Wilmington, Del.), 1999 April, p.77 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 171

Detached page.

Mentions Kerouac and Ginsberg

Item 172

Letters to Book Review. Gerald Nicosia. From: San Francisco chronicle , 1999 January 31 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 172

Printout.

Letter, "Counting on Kerouac."

Item 173

Part 1: Form letter, Dear Friends of the College of Humanities and Friends of the Poetry Center / Nancy McDermid, Dean, College of Humanities, San Francisco State University. Dated 7 September 1999. Announcing the opening of an exhibit of photography by Christa Fleischmann. Part 2: Flyer Another mark in time: portraits and poetry / Christa Fleischmann. Invitation to the opening reception, 29 September 1999 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 173

Photocopy.

Included in the exhibition are portraits of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, et al.

Item 174

"The source, a film by Chuck Workman, opens August 25, Film Forum, NY." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 174

Flyer photocopy.

Features photograph of Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs on front, review from the Orlando sentinel on back.

Item 175

"San Francisco Bay Area." Dana Gioia. From: Hungry mind review, 1999-2000 Winter, p.17-21 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 175

Photocopy.

Mentions Ferlinghetti and City Lights.

Item 176

Caltrain timetable: San Francisco-San Jose / Gilroy covers September 24-November 17 2000 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 176

Folded schedule.

Item 177

Menu from the Chinatown Restaurant #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 177

Folded flyer.

Item 178

North Beach Branch Library's Beat writers book collection and San Francisco Public Library, North Beach branch October programs #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 178

2 handouts. 3 c. of 1, 1 c. of the other.

Item 179

Omeo poesia presenta Beat generation por Esteban Moore (miembro de The Allen Ginsberg Memorial Committee) Auspicion: Auspician: La Juntaluz letra y arte & MOAR., 5 May 2000 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 179

Photocopy.

Item 180

13th Street Repertory Company presents: Jack Kerouac Last call A new play by Tom O'Neil, directed by Stanley Harrison. April 18-July 14 2002 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 180

Program.

Item 181

San Francisco Area and Airports and Public Transportation (San Francisco), 2002 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 181

Detached pages.

Maps from the 2002 SBC Pacific Bell Directory.

Item 182

"Beat is off tempo." Donald Lyons. From: New York post, 2002 August 14 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 182

Photocopy.

Review of Beat a play by Kelly Groves, performed at 45 Bleeker St. as part of the New York International Fringe Festival. Manuscript note at top: "At least this reviewer was in the same building." Appears to be in Ferlinghetti's hand.

Item 183

"The beat generation in San Francisco, June 12, 2003, " San Francisco Public Library #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 183

Small flyer.

Literary slide tour by Bill Morgan.

Item 184

"Beat goes on for local couple in their new downtown museum." Dan Laidman. From: Monterey County herald, 3 May 2003 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 184

Photocopy.

About Jerry Cimino.

Item 185

Hertz map of San Francisco, Calif., printed February 2003 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 185

Original map.

Maps on both sides.

Item 186

Howl! First annual Festival of East Village Arts, 20-26 August 2003. From: Time out New York, 2003 August 14-21 p.79-82 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 186

Original issue.

Item 187

"Heaven is a bookstore in Paris." Allison Brunner. From: AAA world, 2003? July/August #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 187

Detached pages.

About Shakespeare and Co., bookstore in Paris run by George Whitman. Popular with the beat generation when in Paris.

Item 188

"Robert Duncan: a poet's art. A memorial exhibition at the University Art Museum and the Bancroft Library." Opening 9 February 1929 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 188

Large postcard.

Item 189

"The hand of the poet: original manuscripts by 100 masters. Part II: E.E. Cummings to Julia Alvarez." New York Public Library, Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature, 1996 November 18 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 189

Card invitation.

Item 190

Invitation: Celebrate the Poetry Project's 30th anniversary, a tribute to Edwin Denby, 19 April 1997 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 190

Original invitation, RSVP card and envelope.

Sent to Bill Morgan.

Item 191

"Los Beats: el indeclinable espiritu." Esteban Moore. From: El perseguidor (Buenos Aires), 1997 May #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 191

Photocopy.

Features photographs of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Jack Kerouac.

Item 192

Item from: Personals. Leah Garchik. San Francisco chronicle , 1997 July 5 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 192

Photocopy.

Under "Movie critic tells it like it was" Lawrence Ferlinghetti comments on "The last time I committed suicide."

Item 193

Poetry festival, 1962. San Francisco State College. Poetry Center #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 193

Program.

City Lights helped sponsor the program. Philip Whalen and Kenneth Rexroth, among others, read.

Item 198

"A lost Kerouac is discovered" #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 198

Flyer.

LiveReads ad flyer for "Orpheus emerged " a new novella by Kerouac, introduction by Robert Creeley.

Item 199

News items about the sale of Jack Kerouac's On the road scroll #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 199

"Sold" from a news magazine, 18 June 2001; printout from Newsweek, 23 March 2001; New York times printout, 22 March 2001.

Item 200

Announcements of the purchase of the Kerouac archive #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 200

Photocopy and original.

New York times,22 August 2001; printout from Beat University, 21 August 2001; Buffalo news , 28 August 2001.

Item 201

Clipping about Kerouac, the movie, 1984 October #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 201

Item 202

Review of Nobody's wife: the smart aleck and the King of the Beats by Joan Haverty Kerouac. From: Library journal, 2001 January #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 202

Photocopy.

Item 203

In memorian Gregory Corso 1930-2001, Vojo Sindolic, n.d. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 203

Photocopy.

Item 204

Legendary beat poet, Gregory Corso, reads from his work, University of Maine, 21 October 1993 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 204

Flyer.

Item 205

"Bang bong bing." From: Time, 7 September 1959 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 205

Original article.

Article on the success of beat authors. Photograph of Gregory Corso and a selection from his "Bomb."

Item 206

"A tribute to Gregory Corso, 26 April 2001" #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 206

Flyer announcing a program at The Poetry Project, St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery, 26 April 2001

Item 207

Article on Gregory Corso in "Mark Howell's sightings." From: Paradise this week (Key West, Fla), 2001 25 -31January , p.9 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 207

Original article.

Item 208

Literary St. Louis, a guide (Missouri Historical Society Press), 2000 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 208

William S. Burroughs on p. 180-184.

Item 209

"William S. Burroughs, godfather of Beat generation, dies." Maria Sudekum. From: Sunday news journal, 1997 August 3 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 209

Clipping.

Item 210

Citation for "The subculture of the Beats: a sociological revisit." From: Journal of American culture , 1999 Fall, p.71 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 210

Printout.

Item 211

"The beat goes on: a weekend of literary rebellion." From: USA today, 1996 August 20, People section #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 211

Photocopy.

Insomniacathon at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, La.

Item 212

Articles about Ron Whitehead: Beat culture centraal op driedaagse conferentie and Unlocking Elvis. A review of Beaver Dam rocking chair marathon by Ron Whitehead and Jonge mensen moeten niet lijdzaam toezien. Ernst Jan Rozendaal, etc., 1990, 1999 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 212

2 photocopies and an original.

One article is a review of "Tapping my phone" by Ron Whitehead

Item 213

"Introduction: the unspeakable visions of the individual in Academe." Jennie Skerl. From: College literature, 2000 Winter, v.27, no.1 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 213

Printout from EBSCO host, 4 May 2001.

Item 214

"At the old haunt, changes and absent friends." From: New York times, 2001 March 25, City section, p.4 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 214

Clipping.

Article about the Cedar Tavern, Greenwich Village.

Item 215

"A fading poetry." Ammiel Alcalay. From: New York times, 2001 April 4 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 215

Clipping.

About the decay of literary performances on film, audiotape, and videotape, especially the Poetry Project, Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics and the Poetry Archives at San Francisco State University.

Item 216

Joyce Johnson and Ann Charters, reading. . .their books. Part of the Author series at Barnes and Noble, 105 Fifth Ave., N.Y. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 216

Flyer.

Item 217

Defund the Right: an Alternative Press bumpersticker by Ed Sanders #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 217

Item 218

"In defense of Kiss and Screw." Ed Sanders. 1969 May 23 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 218

Original flyer.

Item 219

Newspaper announcement of a showing of Heavy petting , a film by Obie Benz, featuring the sexual confessions of William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, et al. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 219

Clipping.

Item 220

"Le crash pad." Christopher Dickey. From: New York times book review, 2000 December 31 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 220

Original.

Review of The beat hotel by Barry Miles

Item 221

The Beat Museum on Wheels (Monterey, Calif.) www.kerouac.com. 200? #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 221

Brochure advertising the Beat Museum on Wheels Tour, a literary outreach program for high school and college students.

Item 222

"Happy Holiday." Ken Lopez Bookseller, 2004 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 222

Holiday card, original.

Features photograph of William S. Burroughs, with Santa hat added.

Item 223

Catalog of The Olympia Press (www.olympiapress.com), undated #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 223

Photocopy, 4 leaves.

Lists a work by Gregory Corso.

Item 224

"A little buzz about a book on Kerouac, Ginsberg and others by cartoonist Harvey Pekar," 7 November 2006 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 224

Printout.

Item 225

"A great good place: The West End Café and the history of civilization." Nina Barnett, 2006 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 225

Original.

Project proposal: the West End Café, plus Sidney Roberts' card.

Item 226

"Taps for the beats? And Auld lang zine." Paul Hond. From: Columbia, 2006 or 2007 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 226

Original, detached.

About the West End bar, with references to Allen Ginsberg.

Item 227

"Beatific soul: Jack Kerouac on the road, "2007 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 227

invitation.

Invitation for an exhibit opening at the New York Public Library 8 November 2007.

Item 228

"Drive, he wrote: what the beats were about." Louis Menand. From: New Yorker, 1 October 2007, p.88-93 #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "1. Articles Related to the Beats, 1983-2002." 228

Original, detached.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007.

About 60 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Item 32

Kerouac's daughter rebuffed in bid to move father's burial site (Detached from: The New York times, March 14, 1996, p. A19) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 32

Item 33

Naked lunches and reality sandwiches: how the beats beat the first amendment. (Photocopied from: The New York times, Aug. 10, 1997) (Includes excerpts from the testimony at the obscenity trial of "Naked lunch") #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 33

Item 34

And the beat goes on : San Francisco's North Beach is vibrant .... / Christopher Corbett (Detached from: The Philadelphia inquirer, April 30, 1995, p. T1, T10-11) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 34

Item 35

The social scene / Pat Steger (Detached from: The San Francisco chronicle, Oct. 7, 1996, p. D4) (Mention of Allen Ginsberg in 2nd column) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 35

Item 36

Poet reflects on glow of City Lights / William H. Honan (Detached from: The New York times, July 29, 1993, p. B3) (Article on Lawrence Ferlinghetti mentions Allen Ginsberg) (Morgan, Ginsberg, J5445) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 36

Item 37

Review, by Robert Long,of Drafts 15-XXX, the fold by Rachel Blau DuPlessis (Detached from: The Philadelphia inquirer, May 11, 1997, p. Q9) (Allen Ginsberg mentioned) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 37

Item 38

The Fugs / Bob Riedel (Detached from: New York press (New York, N.Y. : 1968), Aug. 25-31, 1999A name=39> 39. Ken Kesey : still the merriest of pranksters / Derek Bauer (Detached from: Poets, artists & madmen, v. 3, no. 5, July, 1996, p. 10-11 and t.p.) (Mentions Naropa and the Naropa faculty) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 38

Item 40

Talking head, 4 (Ginsberg reference not found) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 40

Item 41

Bohemian rhapsody : at Cafe Figaro .... / Andrew Jacobs (Detached from: The New York times, April 13, 1997, p. 4) (Mentions Ginsberg's death, Gregory Corso, Kerouac) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 41

Item 42

"Crossword" (In: News journal (Wilmington, Del.), Dec. 11, 1997, p. D6) (Clue for no. 31 down is "Ginsberg poem" #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 42

Item 43

So you got purple hair. Try a nice latke / Angela Tribelli (Detached from: The New York times, May 25, 1997, p. 39, 42) (Article about the Ukranian diner, Odessa, mentions Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky.) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 43

Item 44

Herbert Huncke, the hipster who defined 'Beat', dies at 81 / Robert McG. Thomas, Jr (Detached from: The New York times, Aug. 9, 1996, p. B7) (mentions Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, et al.) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 44

Item 45

Home Video / Peter M. Nichols (Detached from: The New York times, May 9, 1997) (Review of Chappaqua (1966) mentions William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 45

Item 46

"Allen Ginsberg: same until the end" in Letters to the editor (Detached from: The Washington post, April 22, 1997, p. A18) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 46

Item 47

The best 10 movies never made (Detached from: The review (University of Delaware), Oct. 10, 2000, p. B1) ("On the road" by Francis Ford Coppola (1995) was one of the movies) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 47

Item 49

Photocopies of information about David Amram sent by him to Charles McNamara of the Rare Book Collection, Wilson Library, for the Beats Conference at UNC, April 2-3, 2004 ("Beats in America: Alternative Visions, Then and Now") -- (2 sets- [9] leaves and [13] leaves of sheets of various sizes. Photocopied holographic inscription by David Amram on last p. of set 1. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 49

Item 51

The Dugout Poet - J.W. Hart III: Dodger Centennial Epic 1890-1990, "Stadium half past midnight" (Broadside 44 x 29 cm., c1990 by John W. Hart III, Compliments of "Dugout Poems" and books, ... South Bend, IN") #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 51

Item 67

Ted Joans papers come to Bancroft / Anthony Bliss (News from the Bancroft Library, p. 9, [n.d.]) (Removed from issue) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 67

Item 100

The Bayly Art Museum and the Virginia Fillm Festival present a Beat Generation Celebration (The 11th Annual Virginia Film Festival, Cool. Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 1998, Charlottesville, Va., p. 11) Listing of events. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 100

Item 101

Beat icon Kerouac trod a gay road / John Harlow (Times, 12 July, 1998, p. 7) (Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 101

Item 102

Kudos for Kerouac / Ann Pringle-Harris (New York times, Oct. 28, 2001, p. 19) "For students in a travel literature class, it's down with Chatwin, up with Steinbeck and raves for 'On the road.' (Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 102

Item 103

Rescue efforts lift poets' voices from fraying tapes / Stephen Kinzer (New York times, May 16, 2002) Story on the preservation of spoken words on tape by digitization. Naropa is featured. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 103

Item 104

When the outs got in / Jenny Turner. Review of Leopards in the temple (New York times book review, May 19, 2002, p. 49) Features photograph of the Beats. (Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 104

Item 105

Writings that defy time's toll / Michael Frank (New York times, April 26, 2002, p. E29, E37) Review of "Victorians, moderns and beats: New in the Berg Collection, 1994-2001." Includes the Berg's acquisition of the Jack Kerouac archives (Clipping)(2 pieces) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 105

Item 116

Beats in the driver's seat / Jori Finkel. Review of the Bancroft Library's beat culture show: "Ferlinghetti, City Lights, and the beats in San Francisco." (removed from: Express (Oakland?), Sept. 6, 1996, p. 20) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 116

Item 117

The beats go on at de Young / Patricia Holt (San Francisco chronicle (Oct. 4, 1996, p. C1, C8) Review of an exhibition at the M.H. De Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, "Beat culture and the new America, 1950-1965." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 117

Item 118

Surrender to the beat ... / Abigail Wolfe (North Beach now, v. 10, no. 9, Oct. 1996, p.. 17.) Article about the first San Francisco Re/Beat Festival held during Oct. 1996. Photo of Lawrence Ferlinghetti in front of City Lights. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 118

Item 119

A new generation chases the spirit of the beats / Doreen Carvajal (New York times, Dec. 11, 1997, p. E2)Photo of David Amram and Anne Waldman celebrating Jack Kerouac. Mentions the beat library in Milan, the collection of Fernanda Pivano. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 119

Item 120

"35 great writers", (Facets movie lovers video guide, 2000 or 2001, p. 123) Listing of several videos about Ginsberg, Kerouac and the beats in general. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 120

Item 121

"Jack slept here: a Kerouac house attracts writers and devotees" / by Abby Goodnough (New York times, March 14, 2004, p.12) Description of the "writers in residence" program at the Kerouac house in Orlando. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 121

Item 124

"Kerouac's trail before he hit the road" / Jay Atkinson, (New York times, Sept. 24, 2004, p. F2) Kerouac in Lowell. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 124

Item 125

"The octopussarian drugstore cowboy : Alfred Leslie has not left the building" / R.C. Baker (Village voice (Greenwich Village, New York, N.Y.), Nov. 24-30, 2004, p. 30).Profile of the maker of the movie "Pull my daisy." #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 125

Item 126

"We hold hipness to be self-evident" / Gary Mulinax, (News journal (Wilmington, Del.), Nov. 21, 2004, p. 8-19). Includes Jack Kerouac. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 126

Item 127

"Poetry and its arts : Bay area interactions, 1954-2004", (Flyer advertising an exhibit Dec. 11, 2004-April 16, 2005 at The Poetry Center at California Historical Society, co-sponsored by San Francisco State University). "Artists in the exhibit" include Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Diane di Prima, Kenneth Rexroth and many others. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 127

Item 142

"Junk junkie: William Burroughs reappraised / Eric Griffiths (Times literary supplement, July 22, 2005, p. 11-13) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 142

Item 144

"N.Y.'s counterculture beat goes on"/ Jennifer Friedlin (News journal (Wilmington, Del.), Aug. 17, 2003, p. 14). Article about the Howl!Festival. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 144

Item 148

Some information/ Joyce Jenkins (Poetry flash, no. 177 (Dec. 1987), p. 2). Review of "The beat generation: an American dream", a film. Discusses Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Diane di Prima. Photos of Ferlinghetti and di Prima (on p. 1) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 148

Item 149

"Back home." (Village voice (Greenwich Village, New York, N.Y.), July 5, 1988, p. 18) Photo feature about the unveiling of the Kerouac memorial in Lowell, Mass. Photos of Stella Kerouac, Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 149

Item 150

Bohemian poets recall '40's roots that gave voice to a generation / Doug Cosper (Daily camera (Boulder, Colo.: 1973), July 7, 1994, p. 1A, 7A) Photos of Lawrence Ferlinghetti demonstrating calligraphy and Allen Ginsberg, among others. Naropa discussed. #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 150

Item 151

'On the road,' Kerouac still inspire young, old / Hillel Italie. AND Kerouac anthology may spark more travels through America / Cliff Bellamy An article about Jack Kerouac's influence, Lowell and the exhibition of the scroll manuscript of "On the road" and a review of Jack Kerouac: road novels, 1957-1960 edited by Douglas Brinkley (Herald-Sun (Durham, N.C.), Sept. 2, 2007, p. E4) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 151

Item 188

Tornano i beat, mito sconfitto / Antonio Troiano (Corriere della sera, 29 maggio 1996)Quotes Fernanda Pivano. Article about Beats, mentions and pictures Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti (Photocopy) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 188

Item 189

"The beat generation in San Francisco" literary slide tour by Bill Morgan. listed on June 12, 2003 in the calendar inside "At the San Francisco Public Library" for June. (original) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 189

Item 190

"Off the road with Kerouac: guests at a rustic Washington lodge can hike to a fire lookout where the Beat writer found inspiration" / Christopher Solomon (New York times, June 15, 2003, section 5, p. 6, 21)(original) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 190

Item 191

"A respectable 'Words'" / by Douglas Watt. Review of Beyond the broken words, poetry readings by Roscoe Lee Browne and Anthony Zerbe at the American Place Theater. Mentions Lawrence Ferlinghetti's "Junkman's obligato" as part of the performance (Daily news (New York, N.Y. : 1920), Dec. 9,1981, p. 51)(original page) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 191

Item 194

The beats go on: how a kid from Boulder became an eyewitness to the passing of an era / by Steve Jackson. About friends of Allen Ginsberg's, Peter Hale and Chris Ide. Many photos (Westword, v. 24, no. 14, Nov. 30-Dec/ 6, 2000, p. 22, 24-31)(original pages) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 194

Item 195

Renaissance man. For Ed Sanders, creating, learning is life's sustenance. / by Laura J. Toler, Florence Schetzel, contributor. Many photos (Poughkeesie journal, Sept. 5, 1993, p.1D, 3D)(original pages) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 195

Item 196

"A life in letters: Ann Charters on Jack Kerouac" / Jack Foley (Poetry flash, no. 288 (Aug./Sept.2001), p.1,4-6,8-11)(Photocopy) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 196

Item 197

Photos of Beat generation writers on display in Butler Library. Photos of Allen and Louis Ginsberg, Jack and Gabrielle Kerouac, Gregory Corso and William Burroughs (Columbia University record, Feb. 3, 1984, p. 3)(original) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 197

Item 221

"The beat generation meets the e-generation" / Michael Rectenwald. About the e-publication of Jack Keroauc's "Orpheus emerged" Pittsburgh post-gazette, Feb. 11, 2001. (Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 221

Item 222

Articles about the auctioning of the "On the road" scroll: a)Kerouac's 'road' scroll is going to auction / Kathryn Shattuck. New York times, March 22, 2001 (2 p.) ; b) On the block, 2.4 million for 'On the road'. New York times, May 23, 2001, p. B4 ; c) Kerouac on the block. New York times, May 24, 2001, p. A26 and A28 (diff. eds.) ; d)First, Elvis's guitar, now 'On the road' / Kathryn Shattuck. About Jim Irsay's purchase of the 'On the road' scroll. New York times, June 3, 2001, section 9, p. 2 (Clippings) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 222

Item 223

William S. Burroughts, the Beat writer who distilled his raw nightmare life, dies at 83 / Richard Severo. New York times, Obituaries, Aug. 4, 1997 (Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 223

Item 224

Naked interview: conversations with William S. Burroughs / Ron Whitehead. Louisville eccentric observer (Leo) v. 6, no. 35 (July 10, 1996) (original) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 224

Item 225

Underground saints: Roger Richards and Gregory Corso / Jim Knipfel. New York press, v. 14, no. 9 (Feb. 28-March 6, 2001, p. 20, 22) (Original) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 225

Item 226

David Meltzer / interview by Bob Riedel. New York press, June 27-July 3, 2001, p. 32-33 (original) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 226

Item 227

Ron Whitehead, modern day poet / Don Wilkins. Ohio County [Kentucky] times-news, April 9, 1998, p. 9A. Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 227

Item 228

The long and winding 'Road'. "Scroll of Jack Kerouac's beat master piece in Lowell at last" Lowell sun, June 13,2007, p. A1-A8 (original) (gift of John Dorfner) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 228

Item 229

The road to Rocky Mount / John Dorfner. News & observer (Raleigh, N.C. : 1894, Sept. 23, 2007, p. 4G (original)(gift of John Dorfner) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 229

Item 230

"Still vital, 'On the road' turns 50" / Motoko Rich and Melena Ryzik. New York times, Aug. 15, 2007. p. E1, E6 (Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 230

Item 231

"'On the road'" / Bob Hoover. Pittsburgh post-gazette, Aug. 19, 2007, p. E1, E9. Attached: "Don't know Jack" / Gerry Stanek from the Pittsburgh post-gazette, 8/30/07. (Clippings) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 231

Item 232

Festival revives a history some wish was blacked out / Lorcan Otway and Sruthi Pinnamaneni. In: The villager, Sept. 19-25, 2007. Review of some of the events of Howl! Festival of East Village Arts in 2007 (Clipping) #PS228.B6_Z99, Series: "2. Articles Related to the Beats: Oversize, 1983-2007." 232

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