Santa Fe New Mexican, 1965 (1 Viewer)

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Not sure if I should post these here. I'm having trouble getting the database to search for titles. Everything comes up "no match".

The Santa Fe New Mexican was a daily newspaper (listed in the magazine section of the database a couple of times). They had a Sunday section titled Pasatiempo (translated as hobby/pastime?) and, for a while an "American Poet" section. Bukowski, Jean Rosenbaum (Outcast), Marvin Malone and Judson Crews made that section.

Poems by Bukowski: And the Mouse Knows and the Windowpane and the Chair (March 21, 1965); Cement Man on Cement Horse (April 4, 1965); My Eyes Sleep (April 11, 1965); We Knew We Were Dead (May 2, 1965); and, My Mother, Bless Her (October 17, 1965).

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Thanks for posting these. Interesting that in the first one, his name is misspelled "Chanler Bukowski" and in the second one he's "Bukewski"

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