New Beatdom Website

If you haven’t already seen it, go check out the new Beatdom website at www.beatdom.com. It’s far easier to navigate, and more interactive than previous versions.

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Beatdom #7

The new Beatdom is now available. As usual, it’s free to download or available in print for a reasonable fee. Check out www.beatdom.com for more details.

This issue is a music-themed one and features essays about Hunter S. Thompson, Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and their musical influences. We also look at Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Patti Smith, David Bowie and their relationships with literature.

To buy the magazine, please take a look at the brand new CoRP store.

Interns

Beatdom and CoRP are looking for interns to help with the seventh issue of Beatdom magazine, as well as with future CoRP projects. The successful applicants will be listed as editors in the next issue of the magazine, and will be given positive references (assuming they carry out their duties adequately) to help them in this difficult business.

Although not much information is available on the Beatdom website right now, interns will be offered (although not required) the chance to help with CoRP projects.

For more info see the Beatdom blog or website.

Beatdom #6

Beatdom’s sixth issue will soon be with us. The release date is tentatively set at 2nd April.

This issue will feature CoRP authors Edaurdo Jones and Kyle Chase, and will be edited by David S. Wills.

The theme of this issue is “Travel,” and as such the essays in the magazine revolve around the relationship between the Beat Generation and travel. There is also previously unpublished work by Alene Lee – Mardou Fox of Jack Kerouac’s The Subterraneans – and an interview with Scroobius Pip.

To learn more about Beatdom #6, please click here.

To read one of the essays from the issue, click here.

Beatdom #5

Beatdom’s long-awaited fifth issue was released in February by City of Recovery Press.

Here’s the cover:

To purchase a copy, or to download the whole issue for free, please click here.

To view for free through Google Books, click here.

To learn more about Beatdom magazine, see www.beatdom.com.