John Tytell

John Tytell is best known for Ezra Pound: The Solitary Volcano and Naked Angels, an early history of the Beats. He had two new books appear in 2014: Writing Beat and Other Occasions of Literary Mayhem and The Beat Interviews.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The Limelight Kid

John Tytell reviews Mary V. Dearborn’s new biography of Hemingway....


Renegade Rosset

John Tytell on Barney Rosset, the gutsy dynamo of American alternative publishing....


The Endless War

Photography and the glamorization of battle, from the Greeks to modern-day journalism....


Moon Magic

John Tytell reviews Judith Malina's "Full Moon Stages: Personal Notes from 50 Years of The Living Theatre."...


Raucous Sounds: City Lights Pocket Poets at 60
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