Over the years I stumbled over a couple of places on the net, where you can read large bodies of Bukowski-work (up to whole novels) online. Mainly I found them by accident - most of the time through googling certain lines I remembered, trying to get the name of a poem or short-story. Most of them seem to be located in places you wouldn't expect, like Russia or Argentinia. And some of them seem to disappear quietly after a certain time and never show up again. Or I'm just unable to find them once more. I don't know how this works concerning copyright-issues and stuff and don't want to cause any problems. Also I don't know how many of you forum-members are or are not already aware of this. But I just found another one yesterday and so I'm going to link it.Up to my knowledge, there are recently two places like this on the net. 1. http://ebooks.noctis.com.ar/archivos/Bukowski/ (Site is gone. -ed.) --> where you can read - Bone Palace Ballet - Burning in Water Drowning in Flame - Dangling in the Tournefortia - Love is a Dog from Hell - Mockingbird wish me Luck - Play the Piano Drunk ... - The Days Run Away ... - The Last Night of the Earth Poems - The Rooming House Madrigals - War All the Time - What matters most ... - You Get So Alone At Times ... and - Factotum (!) 2. http://www.lib.ru/INPROZ/BUKOWSKI/ --> where you can read - The Captain is out to lunch ... - A quite large "Short Stories Collection" - South of No North and - Ham On Rye (!) ... just follow the links with an (engl.) at the end. What do you think of this?