Category Archives: New Publication
New scholarship! – Excellent new interview with Thomas Antonic on his book Amongst Nazis by David Holzer, up on the site now.
The Journal of Beat Studies volume 10 will be a special issue focusing on Jack Kerouac in honor of his centenary. The coeditors of this issue, Ronna Johnson and Tim Hunt, inv Continue reading
Our esteemed friends across the pond have asked us to share this update: BSA MEMBERSHIPS ARE DUE FOR 2022 JOIN NOW & GET THE NEW Journal of Beat Studies #9 HOT OFF THE PRESS! The membership year runs from January 1 to December 31. $60 … Continue reading
Check out the reviews just added to the site: NEW: Review of The Beats: A Teaching Companion (2021), edited by Nancy M. Grace, by John Shapcott. NEW : Just for Jolly, by Phil Baker.Review of Soft Need #23 (Expanded Media Editions, 2020) … Continue reading
Estíbaliz Encarnación Pinedo has organized a panel of 8 presenters titled “Beat generation goddess ruth weiss (re)considered” for the British Association of American Studies digital conference to be held April 8, 14:00-15:30 (BST), while Erik Mortenson and Benjamin J. Heal … Continue reading
Episode 2 – Nancy M. Grace interviewed by Estíbaliz Encarnación-Pinedo The EBSN are proud to present the second episode of our podcast “Playback”, an interview with esteemed Beat scholar Nancy M. Grace, founding member of the Beat Studies Association and editor … Continue reading
Read Matthew McLaughlin’s great review of Beat Scrapbook, accompanied by some magical photos contributed by Nicosia himself- here.
First episode in a planned regular feature for the EBSN website. “Playback – The EBSN Podcast” will attempt to fill some of the void left by Covid 19, by providing our members with some new and varied content. In this … Continue reading
Ralf Friel’s Moloko Plus press has published a facsimile of the original 1973 edition of Brion Gysin’s Let the Mice in and extended it with a foreword by EBSN member Douglas Field and extra photos of Gysin. First published by … Continue reading
Jeff Nuttall’s Bomb Culture (1968), like his magazine project My Own Mag (to which William Burroughs, in cut-up mode, was a key contributor) achieved cult status as a vital, radical exploration of 1960s counterculture. Nuttall’s reflective post-60s manifesto explores the … Continue reading