rare Bukowski scan from OUI magazine 1981

hi forum, long-time lurker, first-time poster here, so forgive me if a- this is misplaced, and b- against forum rules, but i recently was fortunate enough to come into possession of a piece on Bukowski, in an old "gentleman's" magazine. i searched the net to see if it had been shared anywhere, and since it wasnt/isnt, i thought maybe i could share it here with others who have appreciation for all things Bukowski...

from the september 1984 1981 edition OUI adult/men's magazine, with the cover reading "Bukowski - so how can we keep ignoring the king of wild-hair poets", an article based on Joe Wolberg's book (not yet released at the time) "Bukowski Talking":

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Billville

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Great Post!

I am a little confused by something on the cover, though, where it says: The 20 Best Record Stores in the USA ... what's a record store???? :p
 

marina del rey

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I think the cover above actually says September 1981. There's just a spot there that makes it look like a 4.

And thanks for sharing the scan.
 

Erik

If u don't know the poetry u don't know Bukowski
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wow.
all I can say is
Beauti-ful
 

Bukfan

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Great first post! Thanks a lot. Welcome aboard, insomnia13!
 

bogdan

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"During a recent student uprising in Germany, an entire university was renamed Bukowski University for a few days" :D
 

Mark73

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I'm very slow at reading such a lot on the computer, but hey! I managed it.

Awesome post, thank you!
 

ROC

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insomnia13

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Who was that masked man?
 

Gerard K H Love

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Maybe that was what he needed to do to get credit for an assignment or a class...thanks for stopping by, man.

He disappeared like a drop of water hitting hot grease.
 
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