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Beat Related Web Sites
Hotel Boheme: Beat Poetry

The American Museum of Beat Art
Literary Kicks
La Beat Generation   
Jack Kerouac's Heavenly Lane

The Wild Bohemian Home Page
Kerouac Alley
Beat Generation Culture
Beat Generation News
The Beat Movement
Richard Brautigan
The Beat Cafe
Rebel Painters & Poets of the '50s
The William S. Burroughs Files
Nowheresville: Beat Comics
Culture Crash: Beat Generation
How Beat Happened
Route 66
All Things Ginsberg
Kerouac Speaks (sound files)
Microsoft Encarta's Article

Beat Books and Merchandise Web Sites
City Lights Booksellers and Publishers

Water Row Books
Black Sheep Books
Empty Mirror Books

The Beat Generation Catalog
Bohemia Books
Mystic Fire Video
The Beat Experience CD-ROM
BeatBooks of London

Literary MP3s for download in every possible category from fiction to poetry; from Kerouac to Grisham. The Loud Mouth Channel is where you get to sound off. Listen to recordings from aspiring poets and writers, and submit your own work!

[Archive] The 100% pure cult Charles Bukowski Web Site. What can I say? By and large the finest site on the net dedicated to Bukowski. It's graphically beautiful and filled with intimate photos, examples of his work and a visual bibliography of his Black Sparrow Press publications. [if you know the present location of this site, please contact us] 100% pure cult Charles Bukowksi

You're invited to visit "Glory Days in Greenwich Village: The Beat Generation," an online exhibtion featuring Fred W. McDarrah's legendary
photographs of the New York Beat scene, 1950s and 60s. Signed prints may be purchased online.
Photos by F.W. McDarrah

For a bit of humor, try the Hip Manual, a spoof on the hipsters of the Beat Generation that teaches you "how to speak hip". You can even take a test at the end to see if you're hipster material. This could have been the curriculum presented to the "rent-a-beatniks" that were popular in the 50's.    How to Speak Hip

RookNet - The Beat Page

I've gotten many requests to provide a graphic button for linking to The Beat Page, so here it is (I'll be making more to choose from). If you link to us, we'd love to know.