By Tobias Carroll 6 min read
The question of whether the Beats have aged well is a lingering one, and it’s also one that will vary from reader to reader.
By Kelsey Osgood 4 min read
As this list suggests, we're long overdue for a new witty social literary pack. Who's in?
By Jennie Yabroff 3 min read
If you're still using Spotify just for music you don't know what you're missing! Here's your guide to classics and poetry read by great actors and authors alike.
By Kelsey Osgood 3 min read
This week we're celebrating Jack Kerouac's birthday, born March 12, 1922, by recommending some of our favorite biographies and memoirs about the man, the myth, the writing legend.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
In his new book Call Me Burroughs, Barry Miles brings the story behind this would-be invisible man into sharp focus, doing his subject justice and giving readers the great gift of a clear look at an important artist.
By Galen Adair 3 min read
The Beat Generation, a youth movement that came into prominence in the 1950s, is making waves again, but this time, in movie theaters.