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Profile Last Updated: 02/11/2020

The Kerouac Project

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Purpose and Activities

The project provides residencies and a haven for up-and-coming writers at the Orlando, Florida home where Jack Kerouac resided when his classic novel On The Road was published, and where he wrote the sequel Dharma Bums.


Established in 1998 in FL - Founded in the name of the late Jack Kerouac, an author whose books include "On the Road" (1956), "The Dharma Bums" (1957), and "Big Sur" (1961). He is widely-considered to be one of the most influential writers to come out of the Beat Generation


The Kerouac Project

Public charity




PO Box 547477 Orlando, FL United States 32854-7477

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