Tag Archives: William Burroughs
The CFP for CUT-UPS@2023 is now live. This conference replaces the 2020 conference that was cancelled due to COVID. It’s great that we can now look forward to holding this event! As a “Special Conference”, it has a particular focus, rather … Continue reading
New scholarship! – Excellent new interview with Thomas Antonic on his book Amongst Nazis by David Holzer, up on the site now.
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
Just ahead of the summer break, organizers and EBSN members James Horton (ENS), Peggy Pacini and Frank Rynne (CY Cergy Paris Université) are very pleased to invite you to a two-day conference, ‘Claude Pélieu: Short-Circuits and Fused Visions’, on Thursday … Continue reading
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
Check out our New Publications section for details of some very interesting new books, including new editions of early cut-up texts featuring William Burroughs, and a collection of Ira Cohen’s mylar chamber photographs.
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