Kerouac Connection No. 31 Spring 2001, Beat Generation literary zine, $10

THE KEROUAC CONNECTION Number 31 Spring 2001, Edited by Mitchell Smith, Published in California, Stapled wrappers, 44 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″. Condition: Like new, uncirculated copy from the editor’s collection. The Kerouac Connection was a literary zine publishing articles and essays about Jack Kerouac as well as Beat Generation related ephemera. First published in England by Dave Moore, it later moved to the US where several more issues were published by M. Smith. 8vo Soft Cover Staple Bound Pamphlet, 52 pages.

Condition: Like new; cardstock cover clean and unmarked; interior pages clean and unmarked.

In this issue:

Song lyrics by Chuck Perrin “It Ain’t Over Yet (for Jack Kerouac)”

Address to the NYU Beat Generation Conference by Hettie Jones

A Few Steps From The Long March: Grove Press and the Censors by Barney Rosset

Packaging Kerouac by Matthew Theado

Jack Kerouac’s Mexico City Blues: The Notebooks by Rod Anstee 

Allen Ginsberg & Daisy Zamora: Two Naropa Poems

The New American Cinema and the Beat Generation by Blaine Allan

“The Proactive Bard” from The Ginsberg Method: How to Keep from Getting Boxed-in in a Chaotic World, Part B by Ed Sanders

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