Published:"Don?t hesitate to correspond with him. He is one of the great letter writers since Keats, and prompt to boot." Locklin, A Sure Bet, 21
Cooney, Seamus, ed., The Bukowski/Purdy Letters 1966-1974. The Paget Press: Sutton West & Santa Barbara, 1983.
_____, Screams from the Balcony: Selected Letters 1960-1970. Black Sparrow Press: Santa Rosa, California, 1993.
_____, Living on Luck: Selected Letters 1960s-1970s (Volume 2). Black Sparrow Press: Santa Rosa, California, 1995.
_____, Reach for the Sun. Selected Letters 1978-1994 (Volume 3). Black Sparrow Press: Santa Rosa, California, 1999.
Moore, Steve, ed., Beerspit Night and Cursing. The correspondence of Charles Bukowski and Sheri Martinelli 1960-1967. Black Sparrow Press: Santa Rosa, California, 2001.
Fly Like a Bat Out of Hell. The Letters of Harold Norse and Charles Bukowski [On hold since late 2001]
Tom McNamara/Charles Bukowski Letters. [circa 1965] Reviewed by Perkins, Michael, ed., ?Tom McNamara/Charles Bukowski Letters, 1965,? in Down Here, Tompkins Square Press, NYC, vol. 1, n?1, pp. 8-38.
There was a book letters in the works in 1967-68, but it never materialized.
Our beloved :D Russell Harrison wrote an interesting essay -boring to most people, though- on Bukowski's letters:
Harrison, Russell, ?The Letters of Charles Bukowski,? in Sure: The Charles Bukowski Newsletter, n? 8/9, 1993, pp. 17-29.
I think there might be another title(s), but I just can't recall them right now...