ΚΕΡΟΥΑΚ – ΓΚΙΝΣΜΠΕΡΓΚ – ΜΠΑΡΟΟΥΖ: ΤΡΕΙΣ ΣΥΝΟΜΙΛΙΕΣ.
Athena: Ekdoseis PRINTA (Ek vatheon), 2001. First edition. Contains Ted Berrigan’s interview with Jack Kerouac (Paris Review 1968), translated by Giorgos-Ikaros Babasakis; Tom Clark’s interview with Allen Ginsberg (Paris Review 1966), translated by Kleopatra Lyberis; and Conrad Knickerbocker’s interview with William S. Burroughs (Paris Review 1965), translated by Thanos Stathopoulos. The title of the book translates as Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs: Three Conversations. Unknown number of copies issued July 1, 2001. ISBN: 960-7408-46-2. The front cover features a photo of Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs in Morningside Heights, near the Columbia University campus in Manhattan, 1944 or 1945.
Crown octavo (8vo), 14.2 x 20.6 cm, 240 pp. In original illustrated dull-coated wrappers with French fraps, paperbound. As new. Additional images of the book available on request.