“Because the only people for me are the mad ones.” Via Paul Rogers.
Whether you’re new to the city or have been around since 1849, these are the San Francisco books you can’t miss.
Walt Whitman and Oscar Wilde weren’t the only ones getting busy with each other.
Jean-Marc Barr, who rose to fame 25 years ago in The Big Blue, is back in the US and trying to launch a revolution… with the help of Jack Kerouac. “We can’t even protest in this fucking country anymore,” he told BuzzFeed. “That is absurd.”
Fred Astaire, Rock Hudson, Jack Kerouac, and even Jacqueline Kennedy show up in a new “sexual biography” of writer Gore Vidal. Author Tim Teeman examines why discussing the iconic writer’s sex life expands our understanding of him rather than contracts it.
Books to put you in that cross country state of mind.
What will you find on a hilariously overconfident dude’s bookshelf?
It’s not always jocks vs. nerds.
Shaggy was more than just a Mr. Lover, he was a Marine.You’ll be surprised who has spent time serving our country.
What if Cormac McCarthy wrote for Yelp? And Gatsby starred in a video game? For the lit nerd among us, and those struggling to finish novels or English term papers.
BREAKING: Kerouac was really, really, ridiculously good-looking.
Kill Your Darlings, starring Daniel Radcliffe, tells the little-known story of a murder that entangled Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg.
Don’t have time to read On The Road? Then check out On The Bro’d, a retelling of Jack Kerouac’s American classic, for bros. Here’s some excerpts.
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