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Friends

Beat Pages

John Allen Cassady Official Home Page

The Neal Cassady Estate Official Site

Al Hinkle: Beyond the Road – Official site of Al Hinkle, ‘Big Ed Dunkel’ in On the Road

David Amram Official Site

Diane de Prima Home Page

Jack Magazine – A contemporary writing magazine named in Kerouac’s honor.

Beat Resources

Dharma Beat – A Jack Kerouac newszine … a must-see for fans of Jack.

Leon Tabory’s Neal Cassady Stories – Leon was Neal’s psychologist when Neal was incarcerated in San Quentin.

Literary Kicks – A great web page with tons of information about all of the key players in The Beat Generation and other writers.

Naropa University – Home of Jack Kerouac school of dysenbodied poetics. Founded by Allen Ginsberg, and Anne Waldman.

Paul Verizzo’s documentation of Neal’s Denver – If you dig deep you’ll find some pictures of where the Beats spent some time in Denver.

Events

Lowell Celebrates Kerouac! – Bi-annual festival in Kerouac’s hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts. Check it out!

Friends

Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan’s official homepage.

Grateful Dead – A web page about The Grateful Dead.

Ken Babbs’ Skypilot Club – A web page by Ken Babbs one of the most notorious of the Merry Pranksters.

Others

Foundation for Creative Expression

Beyond the Beat Generation – An awesome web site that documents and exposes underground music from the sixties.

City Lights – A book store created by Ferlinghetti in North Beach.

Empty Mirror Books – A site offering beat information and materials.

Insomniacathon – A 72 hour marathon of literature, music, film and theater.

Beat Angel – Beat Angel is a fictional movie that was recently created using Kerouac come back from the dead as the main character.

Tapping My Own Phone – A site that offers a variety of books and poems. Also friends of The Beat Museum.

 

 

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