post office

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    "Post Office" Original Manuscript

    I was reading an article written by Abel Debritto and in it, Abel mentions that "Post Office" was heavily edited by John Martin. "When Martin published Bukowski’s first novel, Post Office, in 1971, Bukowski knew it had been heavily edited and almost cut in half. But other than refusing to have...
  2. Sidetracks

    Hello, I'm Carrie (Post Office, signed first edition)

    Hello, I'm new here and actually new to Bukowski. Have a lot to learn. I have unexpectedly ended up with a number of his books that were published by Black Sparrow Press. I have been listing and selling them on eBay the last couple of weeks. Wasn't aware this Forum existed. Right now I...
  3. vschreiber

    New Bukowski Blood

    Hi, What a pleasure it was to find you guys! My book affair with Bukowski started with Post Office. I remember reading it on the subway. I couldn’t stop laughing from the first page. It still makes me smile when I think about it. What I love about Bukowski writing is that he’s not looking for...
  4. Pogue Mahone

    Registered Letter: Knight Magazine, November 1970, Vol. 8, No. 7

    Here’s a little Thanksgiving treat for you all – an unedited chapter from Post Office. This is primarily Chapter 14, published three months before the novel. There is also an intro of sorts, and a short scene with Jane – apparently Bukowski named her Betty Fairstar in the original typescript...