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  1. carlito

    Apostrophes episode

    I totally agree with you, roni. That show was a shame, but Buk got a larger fame with it. That kind of show still remains in France, and the writers just come to promote their books, trying to make a punchline in a few seconds. I don't see the point of it, and Buk didn't like tv shows as well...
  2. carlito

    Apostrophes episode

    For those who want it: https://uptobox.com/7oexjhds1tdt (in French, no subtitles)
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    “As a woman, how could I like Bukowski?”

    " [...] The most ridiculous charge is that I'm a sexist pig. If one will read the body of my work, they will see that where ridicule or attach falls, the male receives just as much as the female. There are shitty women just as there are shitty men; the fact being, that I have lived with women...
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    WTB: Bukowski in the Bathtub & Todd Moore titles

    I'm reading Bukowski in the bathtub, and that's probably my worst reading on/about/with Bukowski. John Thomas is just bragging all along. I don't know what to trust on what he says in that book. It's even worse than reading the correspondance with Martinelli. But I've learned something after...
  5. carlito

    Fleas

    tremembe? a typo or a new word. But I'm not english native speaker... 😄 from which poem is that?
  6. carlito

    6 new poems: the movement, symphony #3...etc. - Chiron Review (The Kindred Spirit) No. 16, p.10/11 - summer 1988

    So recap of the titles in this issue: the movement, symphony #3, instructions to a malcontent, stand-off, the question most asked is, and all right now.
  7. carlito

    "nowhere within nothing," "cause and effect," and "until the last day or night of your life" - Chiron Review (The Kindred Spirit) #12 - Summer 1987

    Ah, and there is also a review of You get so alone... by Alan Catlin in that issue, I can add it in here if you want.
  8. carlito

    "nowhere within nothing," "cause and effect," and "until the last day or night of your life" - Chiron Review (The Kindred Spirit) #12 - Summer 1987

    I was thinking this one was uncollected, but it appeared also in Septuagenarian Stew, as "nowhere", p.160. We can see some changing in the end, where Buk states that there are no writers, Martin is asking where they are.
  9. carlito

    "nowhere within nothing," "cause and effect," and "until the last day or night of your life" - Chiron Review (The Kindred Spirit) #12 - Summer 1987

    First of all, I discovered that Bukowski appeared more than we thought in the Chiron Review. And thanks to the publisher, Michael Hathaway, who kindly scanned the poems, we'll see some new stuff in the next days/weeks. Those 2 poems appeared in Septuagenarian Stew with very light changes.
  10. carlito

    Freedom and True Story -- Earth Rose 1: Fuck Hate (1966)

    Is it the same paper as Earth 1 and 2 listed in the database ? And does anyone have scans of the poems uncollected in those ? (would be curious to read the Rimbaud be damned)
  11. carlito

    Poem "The Hours" in Wormwood #13, 1964

    I like that period of Bukowski, I'm currently re-reading Screams from the Balcony. Love it.
  12. carlito

    In which year did Bukowski wrote Democracy?

    That was something that poem, I mean the real one! While we do often complain about the "System"...
  13. carlito

    six inches

    Just re-read the Six inches story, definitely one of my favorites!
  14. carlito

    "The Hog" special edition

    Now I want to read that story!
  15. carlito

    Manuscripts

    you are spoiling us with all those new manuscripts!
  16. carlito

    25 years of .com

    I retyped in an open office file the poems from the book Sifting... based on the database (173 pages): if anyone want the file, I'll send it. I hoped that would help Abel to publish an unmartinized version of the book, but he never answered my mp about that.
  17. carlito

    Bukowski Manuscripts, Vol. 1-3

    Any news about a vol.4 ? And about the "work underway" ? I'm afraid that we would have to wait for John Martin to pass away, before to see anything revealed about the posthumous tragedy.
  18. carlito

    John Martin Interview

    Bukowski liked church and tea. Is that it ?
  19. carlito

    THIS IS NOT A TEST

    mjp, have you read A Season in the Wilderness by Edward Abbey ? Great book about the wilderness in the western american desert, not your new place but still.
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