A new “national” institution presents a touch-screen literary history.
This 1983 documentary gets Burroughs right between the eyes.
Why are women’s experiences still defined by the men they slept with?
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
A wealth of newly released interview footage gives a kaleidoscopic sense of the Beat Generation’s legacy
A read through Kerouac’s first novel, The Sea is My Brother
The new documentary “One Fast Move or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur” screens Tuesday 10/20 at Webster Place.
10/16: Tour Columbia’s series of Beat-related art exhibitions.