Thursday, November 1, 2012

Mill Valley Literary Review features Gerald Nicosia

The Mill Valley Literary Review says that it "is a quarterly e-zine dedicated to providing exposure, encouragement, joy and resources to Marin County, California's literary talent, as well as enthusiastic readers." The current issue (Winter 2012) features poems by and an interview by John King with Gerald Nicosia, noted Kerouac scholar and author of Memory Babe: A Critical Biography of Jack Kerouac.

Click here to read the current issue. Click on "Salon" for the interview.


Anonymous said...

Good find Rick. Memory Babe has been the most important book in the Kerouac scholarship since the day it was published. Richard Marsh.

Rick Dale, author of The Beat Handbook said...

Thanks, Richard. We agree, but you should see the ignorant comments I get whenever I mention Gerry. I just mark them as spam and delete them. It's good to know at least one other person appreciates Gerry's work.

Anonymous said...

Oh yes. As intense as the feud between camps is now Rick, it was even worse twenty years ago when I first started following the scholarship. This precursor to the current forums was ground zero: