German edition, of course ;) I think this interview has not been translated back into English. I'm sure a nice German buddy will give us the gist of it sometime... soon?
It starts at the track, lots of booze and "hundred-dollar-whores" around. There is a picture somewhere (can't find it on the net now) of this event, showing B., Linda Lee, Järg Fauser and another woman.
...I`ve never heard of:...
1) his father worked at the L.A. Country Museum and claimed to his boss
he was the guy Charles Bukowksi who wrote "Aftermath of..." in Story magazine to get a more profitable job...
The subtitle under the picture is saying: "Charles Bukowski, former
brothel-manager, now drunkard and writer, publishing new stories."
... The bit about Bukowski being a former Brothel owner is a
new one for me.
That's correct. I have a copy of That's it that I bought from a "print on demand" web site many years ago. It is text only. I also have Das War's, and since I couldn't read that, That's it came in very handy. ;)The pic of Buk + Linda with Fauser on the racetrack was shot by Michael Montfort and also appeared in the great out-of-print-book "Das War's. Letzte Worte mit Charles Bukowski", the text of it being written by Gundolf S. Freyermuth who did the last interview with Buk in August 1993 (short part of it in Sunlight here I am). The book has an English edition titled "That's it", which I don't own, but rumor has it, the many pictures, that made it famous here are missing there.