The publishers write:
“Edited and published with unprecedented access to the (Jack) Kerouac archives, The Unknown Kerouac presents two lost novels, The Night Is My Woman and Old Bull in the Bowery, which Kerouac wrote in French during the esoecially fruitful years of 1951 and 1952. Discovered among his papers in the mid-nineties, they have been translated into English for the first time by Jean-Christophe Cloutier, who incorporates Kerouac’s own partial
March madness. Ginsberg silliness. It’s not April Fools Day yet, but will be soon.
First off, Exploitation Corner – more bizarre, inappropriate items, starting with..
Surely what the world needs! – an “Allen Ginsberg Luggage Tag” !
The same company offers an “I heart howls [sic] Reusable Shopping Bag”
(presumably for those moments of “hungry fatigue” when you find yourself … Read More
“Immediately after the Cuban Revolution, Havana fostered an important transnational, intellectual and cultural scene. Later, Castro would strictly impose his vision of Cuban culture on the populace, and the United States would bar its citizens from traveling to the island, but for these few fleeting years, the … Read More