No, it can't be remedied completely, but it can be remedied to some extent by letting all the people who visit Buknet know about it. Then at least all the serious Buk nuts will know about it and they'll probably spread it by word of mouth, and on the net too, every time they get the chance when somebody starts talking about the posthumous collections.I don't know if that is something that can be remedied with an article or a web site.
PS, what you need is a new name. What about Martin Johnson? :rolleyes:In the future, I would appreciate it if my name were left out of this cluster-fuck of a train-wreck.
well, ... that's what you ARE.[...] "that guy who's always been a pain in the ass." [...]
That's exactly what 'critical editions' are for.[...]there must be a restored edition of all Bukowski works, based on original manuscripts [...]