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Jack Kerouac's Lowell
- A guide to the neighborhoods that shaped Jack Kerouac's life and writing.
Jack Kerouac's Words Stand Up To Time
- An article by Nancy Pate from The Orlando Sentinel.
- The longest running journal dedicated to the critical study and review of the literature of Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation.
Kerouac Diner Menu and Recipes
- All the menu items come directly from passages found in Kerouac books.
Kerouac's Rocky Mount, N.C.
- Kerouac's voyage of discovery was launched in North Carolina.
Kerouac: Homage to Jack
- Brief essay on the writer.
Ladder to Nirvana
- 1957 review of Kerouac's 'On the Road' by Phoebe Lou Adams.
- A hypertext annotated literary biography of Kerouac, with a selection of links to further Kerouac-related resources.
Lowell Celebrates Kerouac
- The official site of LCK with information on the annual festival held in October, the birthday celebration in March and other related events. LCK is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the legacy of Jack Kerouac.
Madman Bum and Angel Horseshoe Vernacular
- Includes a biography, texts, influences, and extensive information on Kerouac's Buddhism.
Magician With Words
- Describes his visit to San Francisco, including his trips to the City Lights Bookstore and his other haunts. Also includes bibliographic information.
The Age of Unthink
- This chapter from James Wechsler's "Reflections of an Angry Middle-Aged Editor" records Wechler's frustrating confrontation with Jack Kerouac in 1958.
The Beat Generation
- Jack Kerouac writes to Allen Ginsberg and Neal Casady; page dedicated to Jack Kerouac's writings.
The Boston Phoenix
- A short article about the 1999 "Lowell Celebrates Kerouac" festival and the battle over control of Kerouac's literary estate.
The Jazz/Kerouac Connection
- An article about bebop and the Beat Generation and how they influenced one another.
The Kerouac Project of Orlando
- A non-profit corporation working to further Kerouac's legacy in Orlando, Florida where Kerouac was living at the time his classic On the Road was published. The goal, is to award aspiring writers with a chance to live in the home rent-free, and receive scholarships to travel and write in the spirit of Kerouac.
- Discussion forum on the works of Jack Kerouac.
The World of Jack Kerouac
- Includes a gallery of photographs, a short biography of Jack and the rest of the Beat Generation and reviews of On the Road and The Dharma Bums.
- Kerouac's Nashua Connection: Edington explores Jack Kerouac's connection to Nashua NH.
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