Editors: 2000- Mary Sands; 2000-2002, Michael Rothenberg.
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"JACK Magazine, edited by Mary Sands and Michael Rothenberg, is an offshoot of Beat Generation News and an arc to the Big Bridge. It’s where the parameters of the Beat Generation are redefined and expanded to embrace a creative movement that goes beyond personality wedged in temporal categories and public relations concepts. JACK will ponder emanations and movements in modern literature and art that have been operating and vital since before the turn of the 20th century but eclipsed by the "Beat movement," such as Post-Apocalyptic Romanticism, Psychedelic Shamanism, Green-Pea Soupism and Biannual Surrealism, Cannabis Mumbo Gumbo, Burroughsian Utopianism, San Francisco Renaissance Poetry, Modern Urban Thoreauism and Forest Beatnikism, Black Mountain Poetry, and Language School Poetry--all creative phenomena that inform, as well as are informed by, what is popularly know as "Beat."--Vol. 1, no. 2..
"Jack Magazine is a nonprofit e-zine and is not in print. There is no staff at Jack, only one editor and designer (me), who publishes a new issue once or twice a year, depending on the number and quality of submissions."--Vol. 2, no. 2..
Description based on first issue; title from title screen (publisher’s Web site, viewed June 27, 2007).