Posts Tagged “Kerouac”

Kerouac’s Reach, the Reporting, & the Rakes

Sun writer Angel Roy’s article in this morning’s paper explores the geographical and generational reach of Kerouac. People from Texas, Ohio, California, Rhode Island, Nevada, and elsewhere came for the Kerouac Literary Festival. From Thursday through Saturday nearly 2,000 people attended the events, which continue through late afternoon, with the now-traditional David Amram…

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Kerouac Literary Festival Today, Oct. 1

Jack Kerouac Literary Festival, Lowell, Mass., Friday, October 1, 2010 9:30 a.m. Poetry and Short Prose Competition, Lowell High School Freshman Academy Theater, 43 French Street(Use John Street Entrance) 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Ongoing Children’s Book Illustrators Program, Brush Art Gallery. Next to LNHP Visitors Center. 246 Market St. Exhibit, receptions,…

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Kerouac Literary Festival Today

Kerouac Literary Festival, Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 3.30 pm, Listen to novelist and physicist Alan Lightman (“Einstein’s Dreams”) read from his new work. Alumni Hall, UMass Lowell, North Campus, One University Ave. Free and open to the public. 4.00 pm, See “Lowell Blues,” Henry Ferrini’s poetic film based on Kerouac’s novel…

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