Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 564

The Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa opened this week. –

Douglas Brinkley’s preview for Vanity Fair
John Dickerson’s preview for CBS Sunday Morning
Anns Margaret Daniel for Hot Press
Seth Rogovoy in the Forward
Chris Willman in Variety
Bob Dylan Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

A new Subterranean Homesick Blues video was released and shown

We featured it a few weeks ago (but here it is again  – a more detailed image of Amy Winehouse‘s copy of Howl, Kaddish, and Other Poems.  Evelyn Freja‘s photo for The New York Times illustrates an article on book-collecting. The article leads off with dealer Rebecca Romney on the annotated book. “The Ginsberg text is the centerpiece of Ms. Winehouse’s 220-book collection”

Amy Winehouse’s copy of “Howl, Kaddish, and Other Poems,” by Allen Ginsberg.

also in the New York Times, memories of Timothy Leary and the IFIF (with which Allen was intimately involved  – “back in the ‘Sixties”  – the International Foundation for Internal Freedom) – “A Return Trip to Timothy Leary’s Psychedelic, Day-Glo Mexico”

Ginsberg on Kerouac.  We’ve been featuring a number of our old posts this Centennial year – but did we feature this? – more discussion from the 1981 Naropa On The Road 25th Anniversary Conferencehere – and here

Jack Kerouac, Tangier Morocco, 1957. Photo – Allen Ginsberg – (c) Allen Ginsberg Estate

Looking forward to the forthcoming Library of America Gary Snyder volume. More on that anon

& further notation on Neeli Cherkovski’s wonderful Lawrence Ferlinghetti biography 
The Beat Museum will be launching the book next Friday (Friday the 20th)

Friday the 13th?  – ah,  don’t worry about it.

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