To Kerouac, in Heaven

I was following a Kerouac thread yesterday (March 12 being the anniversary of his birthday an all) and wound my way over to Issa’s Untidy Hut where I discovered this absolute gem of a piece from Jack Micheline, titled ‘Letter to Kerouac in Heaven’.




It is taken from Micheline’s most recent volume, One of  a Kind, published by Ugly Duckling Presse.

Micheline is a truly Beat voice. His work is open, free and alive.

Read his Letter to Kerouac here:

And for all of you up for a bit of Kerouac news, it seems there will be another new work published later this year titled The Sea is My Brother, written during his time as a Merchant Seaman. Apparantly it pre-dates Town and the City. Will be interesting to read such an early Kerouac voice.


Filed under poetry & publishing

4 responses to “To Kerouac, in Heaven

  1. Don

    Graham, thanks for the tip o’ the hat … Don

  2. This is cool…

    Good prep to get psyched for our class trip to Lowell, thanks!

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