I still have a xeroxed thing around here somewhere that someone put together when they were trying to sell Bukowski's letters to Pam. It looked like it could have had a Bukowski signature on the cover, but it didn't. I don't recall how much I spent on that, but any amount was too much.
Unless anyone wants to buy it, in which case it is priceless!
Must be the early onset Alzheimer's again. What can I say.No you don't; you sold it to me!
That thing is weird. It was certainly an elaborate and odd production.What maybe you don't know is that I peeled back the brown paper bag material that appeared to be accidentally stuck to the inside back cover and there was a second picture of that drawing with Buk and Pam.
Maybe Bill Roberts would print you a facsimile cork cover. I think he's experimented with letterpress on cork. Sure, it would still be incomplete, but not so naked that way.I bought a copy of It Catches My Heart in Its Hands without the Cork Cover. Paid $700. Seller refunded me $50 when I told her, but wouldn’t take the return. My own fault – all the pics were there, but I didn’t catch it.