Jonas Mekas’s autobiography I Had Nowhere to Go describes his survival in the camps and his arrival in New York. Mekas tells a universal story, that of an émigré who can never go back, whose loneliness in his new world is emblematic of human existence. Published by Spector Books, 2020. 8vo in stiff wraps as issued. 469 pp. with 50 black/white-Illustrations. Text in English. New copy.