Daisy should really consider publishing a "Bukowski in Pictures" of sorts of her Father's work [...]
That would be a nice idea. I'd be happy to work together with her on this or something similar. (maybe a Bukowski-calender?)
Let's see if it happens some day ...
[...] (though he seems to be wielding a cane in this shot).
I too, think, that's a cane.
Maybe something like this, eh?
That looks like a box of oranges. [...] liquor stores rarely have shopping carts.
Damn, you're right!
It looks like Buk did something like shopping for groceries too. What a hell of a man!
Talking about neccessities of everydaylife:
And here's to the wonderful body of our hero:
[...] And I am looking forward for the yearbook.
I too am looking forward to it.
It will have nice things like
- an excerpt from Abel's thesis about Buk's unfinished novels from the 60s.
- the first 3 chapters of the upcoming memoirs by Pamela (cupcakes) Miller.
- an analisis by Robert Sandarg about a story from 'Portions', where he argues with David's interpretation.
and some more.
Till the very moment I was working on putting it together.
But it COULD be, that I'll have to lay it aside again for a while.
Today the new catalogue of the well known Bukowski-publisher Zweitausendeins
came out. And in the preface to it, the son of the founder, Fabian Reinecke, made a statement about our museum-project in Andernach
, asking their customers to support it and referencing to our website
Yes, that's excellent news!
Our website is a mess
It still looks more or less exactly like it did 10 years ago.
Today I included raw information on our museum-project
in all hurry, just to be prepared the least bit
for possible visits from Zweitausendeins-customers.
But that won't do it.
I will have to redo the WHOLE site completely new in order to make it look reputable. And since this catalogue is already out yet, I'll have to do this with PRIORITY A.
So, the yearbook is a bit behind that now.