Published in 1966, a collection of short stories, poems, illustrations and photographs of how the Australian ‘beat generation’ saw the world and it was intended also as a vehicle to help get young writers published. The selection staff of three – also under twenty-five – were Anne O’Donovan, Jayne Sanderson and our own well-loved Shane Porteous. There’s several early efforts from those who are household names today: Peter Carey, Murray Bail and Allan Baillie, to name a few.