Some of this may have been covered across the spectre of this delightful board, but me thinks it fanciful, to perhaps make a more comprehensive list, and perhaps more enjoyable, to collect a rendering of the various works on or about Burroughs.
To borrow the language of Huncke: Sometimes I can sit after having taken a shot of heroin for several hours completely absorbed by Amazon-search results giving me brief and titillating titles and dear prizes of works pertaining the author and man Burroughs.
Now, some of them are well-known and even impossible not to have come across having read and bathed in the milieu of Beatitude
(sic) and Burroughs, like the biographies by Miles or Morgan. But some works in a google search, or a RS-search, give only titles or vague descriptions pertaining to what one might be to expect were one to buy one of these mysterious bound words.
In particular I'm thinking of titles such as:
Wising Up the Marks: The Amodern William Burroughs
William Burroughs and the Secret of Fascination
Retaking the Universe: William S. Burroughs in the Age of Globalization
The Lost Years of William S. Burroughs: Beats in South Texas
Word Cultures: Radical Theory and Practice in William S. Burroughs' Fiction
William S. Burroughs At the Front: Critical Reception, 1959 - 1989
My Kind of Angel: I. M . William Burroughs (Stride Conversation Piece) by Rupert Loydell and William Burroughs (slightly unsure wether this actually is a William Sewards Burroughs II publication or a namesake, but you lovely fellows will soon straigthen this up)
S. Clay Wilson Selected Works. an Appreciation By William S. Burroughs. Foreword By Brad Balfour
Man from Nowhere: Storming the Citadels of Enlightenment With William Burroughs and Brion Gysin
Tornado Alley (1989). A seperate publication (book) by Burroughs I have yet to ever come across.
So, I am sure
of these works listed are not only discussed, but some may even have separate articles (mind you) on this deliriously delightful website, but what I desire, that is to say the very essence that gave birth to this post or thread, is a more human and personal experiences with these delightfully, often obsucre, titles.
Let the gathering of emotional and sublime knowledge commence!