By Nathan Gelgud 4 min read
On the 60th anniversary of Jack Kerouac's On the Road, we're taking an illustrated look back at its major players, from Allen Ginsberg to Neal Cassady.
By Jennie Yabroff 4 min read
In 1950, a young writer named Neal typed a letter to his friend Jack. Jack read it, tossed the draft of the novel he was working on, started again with Neal’s voice in his ear, and wrote what would become On the Road.
By Sophie Kinsella 4 min read
For Signature’s That Summer series, in which authors share the stories of the summer that shaped them, Sophie Kinsella looks back to her last summer before becoming a parent – and what she learned on that summer’s trip to Venice.
By Brittani Sonnenberg 4 min read
For Signature's That Summer series, Brittani Sonnenberg -- author of Home Leave -- reflects on her move to Shanghai at twelve years old, and the first youthful pangs of nostalgia she felt for the Atlanta she left.