Writer Lauren O’Neill reflects on the rhythm and soul of Jack Kerouac’s 1957 novel, and its eventual reclamation as a soft-boi classic.
From late-night loft parties to crowded poetry readings, a new book featuring previously unseen work from Burt Glinn depicts the era in all of its glory.
William S. Burroughs used words to warp our sense of time. And his experimental photography was just as mind-bending as his books.
The psychedelic '60s were ignited by Ken Kesey, a gang of misfits and a bus-load of drugs... but the experiment is far from dead.
Was the Beat Generation just one big sausage party? Or were there women writers too? Bill Cotter celebrates the repressed female voices of 1950s America.