Stomping the Goyim
This hilarious fiction, originally published in 1969, is the revolutionary work William Burroughs called "a brilliant novel which also has the virtue of being highly readable from beginning to end." Rich in attitude and language, it is an hallucinatory portrait of the sexually rebellious psychedelic scene of the late 1960s. A spaced-out-Jewish kid from Newark faces his draft board and illuminates his entire generation. Critic and author Seymour Krim called it"...an important book...I would say Stomping the Goyim is the most significant book of the historically unique Lower East Side."
Michael Disend is a writer and performer living in San Francisco.