I was pretty young when I started reading Bukowski and I really didn't get a lot of the humor that he put down. As I get older, read more and lurk on this forum I can see it a bit more clearly. Hopefully.
who would be interested in the story of a drunk?
The headlines in Women:
MINOR POET FOUND DEAD IN UTAH WOODS
my ambition is handicapped by my laziness
What is this "Letters/1958-1965"? Sounds like something I want.
"Charles Bukowski : Selected Letters, Volume 1: 1958-1965"
edited by Seamus Cooney
first published in 2004
Virgin Books Ltd.
It is a great read and a great peek inside the head of Buk. (Gotta run right now, but will write more later tonight.)
Thanks. That's the BRITISH edition, as opposed to what BS put out.