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Among the stracciatelle of Italian political parties, there’s one that manages to churn up special agita for two seemingly unconnected groups: the European left, and readers of American poetry. The openly Fascist CasaPound… Read more »
If you haven’t had a chance to read our years-running updates on the the long-lost letter that greatly influenced the prose style of Jack Kerouac and On The Road, let… Read more »
A recording of a Nobel Prize winner is really not a huge deal. These people say and read a lot of things; often, they do so in front of microphones… Read more »
The world yesterday woke up gray with the news of Joanne Kyger’s death. A major American poet whose career spanned sixty years, Kyger was beloved by many as a mentor and lynchpin… Read more »
Today we’re delighted to publish More Alive and Less Lonely, the brand-new collection of essays by library hero, Philip K. Dick enthusiast, and puking-cat-doodler Jonathan Lethem. Edited by the brilliant Christopher Boucher, it’s a… Read more »
I saw the best minds of my generation corresponding exuberantly. And by “exuberantly,” I mean “on speed.” One major influence on Jack Kerouac and the whole beat generation was a Benzedrine-fueled,… Read more »