Buddhism the Jack Kerouac Way: A South Korean Templestay

By Ailsa Ross Jack Kerouac’s novel, The Dharma Bums, is so full of sweet words and joy that every line […]

Movie Review: On the Road

By Wes Newbury A brief reflection on literature, and an even briefer one on the movie, On the Road. Jack Kerouac’s On […]

Jack Kerouac and John Steinbeck on the Californian Coast

By Kat Clay The moment I saw him I knew he was the man I would marry. A twenty-minute conversation […]

Chasing A Phantom in San Miguel de Allende: Beat Inspiration Neal Cassady

by Anthony Maulucci The city of San Miguel de Allende is a rock garden built into a chorus of hills […]

The Life and Times of Terry Southern: A Texan Gone Hollywood

by Byron Browne “Southern?” she asks, unsure about the word or even what part of speech it may be. “That’s […]

The Strange Case Of The Jack Kerouac Estate

Jack Kerouac is known in the popular imagination as the harbinger of the Beat movement – a free-wheeling spirit who […]

Jack Kerouac And The Satori Highway

By Matt Miller satori – Pronunciation: (su-tr”E, -tOr”E), n. Zen. sudden enlightenment. In 1957, Jack Kerouac, a French Canadian kid […]

The Scroll of Jack Kerouac

And the next item up for bid, ladies and gentleman, is sale # 9652- Lot 307.” This is a common […]