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Contents – The Beat and the Hungry generation: When losing became hip (Issue 26)


The Beat and the Hungry generation: When losing became hip: Goirick Brahmachari and Abhimanyu Kumar


Project Ginsberg & Me: Ruminations on Freedom: Anuj Gupta, Yatin Darwa and Dhairya Gupta


Spring and Oblivion: Howl Revisited: Indran Amirthanayagam
The Ginsberg-Dylan Express: Tangled Up in Vomit and Blues: Brinda Bose
Talking Poetry, Ginsberg and the Hungryalists: Samir Roychoudhury, a retrospective: Maitreyee B Chowdhury
In the Shadow of Famine: Priyabrata Das
Reading Hungryalists as One Who Came After: A Feminist Critique: Nandini Dhar
A Sojourn in Tangier: Marc Goldin
Performing the hobo in Jack Kerouac’s ‘On the Road‘: Uttaran Das Gupta
Mind Breaths: Learning Buddhism from Allen Ginsberg: Marc Olmsted
Art, the Hungryalists, and the Beats: Juliet Reynolds
Biting more than they could chew? Problems of being too Hungry: Titas De Sarkar
Resurgence of the Subterranean Celebration: The Beat and the New-Age: Sagorika Singha
The Women of the Beat Generation: Pamela Twining


Bhikku: Nellie Edwards
Three Poems: Ishan Marvel
Wail: Avner Pariat


Photo-Essay: On Fifth Avenue: Matthew Bialer
Photo-Essay: A walk through the East Village: Sally Davies
Photo-Essay: Chasing the Mad Wind: Akash Sangma & Ishan Marvel


Face-To-Face With Subimal Basak: Tanmoy Bhattacharjee
Excerpts from an interview with Juliet Reynolds: The Sunflower Collective
TSC Interview with Malay Roychoudhury: The Sunflower Collective


For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Café Dissensus Magazine.

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. thanks for sharing and I watched it in a video.

    June 17, 2016
  2. leo35 #

    What a wonderful collection of article

    August 4, 2016

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