Two slighly different titles for two editions of that book.
“On a crisp scarlet-ocher November afternoon at Edson Cemetery in Lowell,” as he describes it, “Bob Dylan and Allen Ginsberg visited Kerouac’s grave, trailed by a reporter, a photographer, a film crew, and various others (including the young playwright Sam Shepard).” There “Ginsberg recited not from Kerouac’s prose but from poetry out of Mexico City Blues [ … ] invoking specters, fatigue, mortality, Mexico, and John Steinbeck’s boxcar America, while he and Dylan contemplated Kerouac’s headstone.”
BOB DYLAN IN JACK KEROUAC'S LOWELL... 1975
Chapbook #42, Beat Scene Press 2013, 28 pages
125 numbered copies
BOB DYLAN THUNDERS INTO JACK KEROUAC'S LOWELL
Chapbook #47, Beat Scene Press 2015, Coventry
40 pages, 125 numbered copies