Expression: Letters, Arts and Crafts
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This rich site is the personal project of writer Levi Asher. From
Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg to their lesser known friends and
inspirations, Asher gives you a fabric of cross-linked descriptions.
People, places and events from the 1940's and 50's non-traditional
writing movement that underpins the term Beat share space with hip
writers of the 1960's and the kindred spirits of today.
Jump directly to Asher's summary of
The Beat Generation
and you'll also find links to many other good Beat sites selected
by a thoughtful guy who cares.
own story and works come with links to other literary sites. If
HE likes them, they are certainly worth a trip.
Kenneth Rumsey's well-done and currently-maintained site devoted to
The Beat Generation writers. Good reviews from "Yahoo! Internet
Life" and many on-line listing sites. Kenneth's ("Hey, we all have
The Beat Page -- Links
has links to Beat Related Web Sites and Beat Books and
Merchandise Web Sites. It also includes the Hip Manual, "a spoof
on the hipsters of the Beat Generation that teaches you 'how to
Colin Pringle's collection of references to articles by or about
the Beats and Beat Generation related web sites. This is a
home page from a Hippie soul who's site,
The Wild Bohemian Home Page
has "links to pages about Hippies, the Beat Generation, the
Grateful Dead and other Bohemian bands, outlaw bikers (including
the Hells Angels), plus everything else Bohemian I can find..."
(We have a somewhat broader concept of Bohemian, but Mr. Pringle's
is probably a more common view today.)
Marcus Williams' collection of news, events and links -- more
actively updated in 1998 and 1999 than recently. (It does have a
link to a news item on Gregory Corso's death in January, 2001.)
If you check out
Marcus's Home Page
you'll find interesting and useful Novell NetWare articles and
personally written Application Notes interspersed with his Books
and Poets pages, Esoterica, links to Electronic Literature and
Other Documents, Art, and Caring for the World links. Thoughtful,
diverse and non-traditional, his outlook is one that comes to
mind when we think 'Bohemian'.
This site is the wonderful contribution of poet G. Murray Thomas,
who includes a monthly calendar of poetry events from Santa
Barbara south to San Diego. His poetry "Links" page will keep
you discovering new treasures for weeks.
Thomas has a collection of his works in print for only $9.95
Cows on the Freeway
, ISBN: 0-595-09743-X). He has posted a short poem that will
touch anyone who manages computer systems (or space rockets),
"Life Is So Much Easier Now That I No Longer Know Everything".
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