If you've ever spent an hour (or three) going through the Unpublished and uncollected forum, or any of his thousands of other early forum posts, you've benefited from Mr. Debritto's research. Whether you've heard of him or not, it's not hard to see the breadth of his work, which is significant.never heard of Mr. Debritto...
I'm happy to say that I have not. I'm happy because, after a 20+-year hiatus from Bukowski, I have been on a six-month-or-so Bukowski binge, which has included acquiring most of his books that passed me by since 1987 or so. Plus I have re-acquired those books that I foolishly sold on eBay in the early 90s--Black Sparrow editions of most of the works up to that time.
This is a tad off topic but when I first started collecting I was so impressed with a catalog I got in 1966 that I still have it. I wish that the sellers of today could have put the equal time and effort into Bukowski's body of work. Howard Woolmer was the dealer and it was titled A Catalogue of The Imagist Poets.if you still have doubts of those other golden
there were other curious creatures: Richard
Aldington, Teddy Dreiser, F. Scott, Hart Crane, Wyndham
Black Sun Press.
Yes, I said that, and I was very wrong."A critical study of literary magazines, underground newspapers, and small press publications"? I get sleepy just typing that.