A Place Just North of Tibet is a catalogue of memoirs for one young writer, Corey D. Cleven, in a city of eccentrics. The youth encounters many strangers in this ever-so-strange world of streets and walls: pop art clones, transvestite androids, and never-before-seen cryptids. In this world, he must make sense of as much as he possibly can. A Place Just North of Tibet follows the influence of writers of the Beat Generation, such as William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg. It is an attempt to rediscover the spontaneous avant garde satire of the Beat Generation.
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As a big fan of the beat generation in general, I enjoyed the ongoing theme and intelligent word usage, frequented occasionally with humor. It is not a long novel, but you don't seem to notice as you continue along in his interesting story (which I would say is filled pleasantly with imagination). Seems like a great new young author, hope to see more of his works in the future.