There are at least two others:
- Aubrey Malone: The Hunchback of East Hollywood
- Michael Gray Baughan: Charles Bukowski
- there is also a great compagnion to Sounes' biography named 'Bukowski in pictures'. It could also serve as a biographical overview on its own. But since his (slightly earlier) 'Locked in the arms' is much more complete, this is more or less only interesting because of the MANY pics in it. (We had a thread here going, enthusiastically PRAISING that book, but uncle Howie complained about it, because we showed pictures from the book in that thread. Can you imagine that!!?? Guess how many people reading that thread bought that book because of it - and guess how many, if one, didn't buy the book, because some of the pics were to be seen here already!)
The rest depends on, what you'd like to call a 'biography'.
- there's something called 'The Buk-Book' by Christy and Powell, which is kind of a biographical overview and has pictures you won't see elsewhere. But it isn't a biography in the sense that it'd be based on research.
- there's a funny but not very well made (my oppinion) comic book named 'Bukowski for beginners' by Carlos Polimeni.
- Then, there are the many memoirs from people who knew him. These are also no biographies, but add to the picture.
There are some by Linda King, David Barker, Steve Richmond, Jory Sherman, Neeli Cherkovski (beside his bio), Amber O'Neill and coming out next spring at Sundog-Press: the memoirs of Pamela 'Cupcakes' Miller!