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  1. DaPrince34

    Ask the Dust-era John Fante digs

    wow, this is awesome mjp, bandinis bunker hill. wow
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    What Are You Reading?

    currently reading dharma bums for a third time, I prefer it to on the road. Intermittently reading some hosho poetry, right now you gotta recognize when times are good, things will always oscillate and pivot. if you haven't checked out haruki murakami I'd recommend it, especially his magnum...
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    And Turns Still the Sun at Dusk Blood-Red from Bottle of Smoke Press

    hey, no one cares about what's inside, I thought this was a cover judging competition
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    And Turns Still the Sun at Dusk Blood-Red from Bottle of Smoke Press

    must say the airbrushed softcover dust jackets are awesome
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    Holy Doors, an anthology of poetry, prose and criticism - 1972

    That's a real interesting exchange of letters, thanks for sharing
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    question on a price

    recently at half price books, they had a 18th printing hardcover BSP Hot Water Music for 30 bucks, the condition was great, and it had the plastic cover casing around it, so whoever it was took good care... just curious if that's a good price, I own a lot of BSP but no hardcovers
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    The timeline

    Impressive timeline, thanks MJP
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    The stack of poems in the closet

    don't forget to add in the dimensions in your paper math dependent on the fact that he meticulously carbon copied and kept a copy of all his poems... haha
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    What are you listening to? The world really needs to know. #7

    one of the only ways to convince people who hate jam bands that some of it is great The leaves seen through my window pane Remind me that it's time to move my life again November sun is felt by none A chilly breeze has blown my thoughts to what's to come A cup of warm coffee, some vitamin C...
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    Guerilla Poetics Project

    Wow, I can't believe one made it to israel, the motherland, here I am trying to be a good half ass jew, trying to connect with my heritage and ancestors with my "milk and golden honey" hand soap in the bathroom.
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    if you like bukowski...

    Pan is alright, definitely not as good as hunger
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    So, how many of you are writers?

    I would say the first step is pleasing yourself even in the smallest ways, then extrapolate that with other people. I don't know I guess what I meant is do what makes you happy, as cliche as it sounds, it's true. Then, or during that phase, you can help others. Either way I don't know, as of...
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    So, how many of you are writers?

    I don't think you're a dreamer. Their's no point to any of this, writing or whatever, if you aren't doing it to please yourself.
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    In which year did Bukowski wrote Democracy?

    that's a dark one. Never seen it before. Thanks for sharing.
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    How do they do it?

    he does talk about a poet with a nice house by the beach who has never had to work a day in his life...
  16. DaPrince34

    Good Documentaries

    Check out Muscle Shoals on netflix, great music documentary
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    Widespread panic fan, checking in, some of us are respectable, probably not gbsuperbowl though... If you were a dead head back in the day, what do you think about robert hunter, I'd say he wrote some of the best lyrics known to man, a great poet in my eyes.
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    "loss," "12 hour night," "toenails," "the shifting" from Sisyphus Leaves 1992

    The toenails one reminds me of some line where buk talks about the victory or how hard it is just to put your shoes on. I think its in the captains out to lunch.
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    The Bell Tolls For No One - New Buk Story Collection From City Lights

    Saw this just recently in a bookstore window on my way to work, didn't realize what it was, I might have to stop in tomorrow to take a gander...
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    if you like bukowski...

    I would recommend dan or john fante or look at this
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    Site update

    oh man, these maps are entertaining... I know nothing of LA's geography, so this is really putting some pieces together for me.
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    I do not have time for things that have no soul

    I sometimes wonder if these quotes maybe someone say in germany, reading a buk book in german, and trying to translate the quote back to english. That's a huge benefit of the doubt scenario... because most of the shit is probably just made up.
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    Dan Fante has died

    Very sad news, when I read his books I always imagine him so young. Always looked forward to his new books. My condolences to his friends and family.