Jack wanted more people to express themselves, so my idea is for an installation that the public can use to create Kerouac-American-Haikus. It may be difficult to pull off, but what I’m imagining is similar to those installations which are common in playgrounds that have plastic letters you can spin to create simple three letter [Read more…]
To honor Jack Kerouac at 100, I propose to install a Little Free Library in or near Kerouac Park to allow Lowell residents to easily access and share books by and about Jack Kerouac as well as topics addressed in his works (travel, philosophy, race, religion, history, and of course Lowell itself). Residents would be [Read more…]
Kerouac was a bilingual author. In a city where the residents speak many languages, a project honoring Kerouac’s many “voices” seems appropriate. I would like to see a project that nurtures the next generation of Lowell’s writers and especially encourages young people who speak different languages in various parts of their lives.