The Beat Generation Galleries and Beyond
Paperback: 227 pages
Color Plates: 70
Publisher: John Natsoulas Press
Black and White
This 321 page book has the history of the Bay Area beat generation , places where the artists exhibited their work and the collaboration between artists, musicians and play wrights. A great history and chronology featuring the important early galleries such as the Six Gallery where Ginsberg read The Howl for the first time. This coffee table book is soft bound and has essays from Dr. Seymour Howard, Michael McClure, and John Natsoulas.