Journal of Beat Studies
Volume 9, Fall 2021
NEW YORK, NY – Pace University Press is excited to announce the release of Journal of Beat Studies, Volume 9.
This issue is a solemn one due to the loss of many notable Beat writers and figures, including long-time editor Dr. Nancy M. Grace who has resigned as of this year. Nonetheless, we welcome Erik Mortenson, a faculty member at Lake Michigan College, as our new editor.
This peer-reviewed journal is edited by Ronna C. Johnson and Erik Mortenson.
Some articles included in this volume:
“’Take It Easier’: Joanne Kyger in Bolinas,” by Timothy Gray, a deep insight in Joanne Kyger’s role in the later half of the twentieth century with counterculture and poetry.
“Improvisation c. 1959: Beat Film,” by Katherine Kinney, exploring how cinema brought famous Beat’s narration to life, as with Ginsberg and Kerouac.
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