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Looking for a Charles Bukowski Biography? Don't Check Non-Fiction

As a binge-drinking poet who daylighted as a filing clerk for the Post Office, I suppose it’s natural for people to want to know more about Charles Bukowski. 843 more words

On Writing

Trapped Love

Listen to what you have internalized throughout your growing up years. It reveals itself slowly to us. You will find it in your immediate reaction to the news that some one with a demanding job is getting married. 46 more words

Literary Naps - Wednesday's Midweek Madness

Every night this week I’ve tried to read before I go to bed (it’s a thing I’m trying) – and I can manage a paragraph before falling asleep and waking myself up ten seconds later by dropping the hardback on my face. 234 more words

Wednesday Midweek Madness

Sometimes you climb out of bed in the morning and you think, I’m not going to make it, but you laugh inside…remembering all the times you’ve felt that way.

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Charles Bukowski and the Computer, article by Jed Birmingham

Charles Bukowski and the Computer

by Jed Birmingham, Reality Studio

On Christmas Day, 1990, Charles Bukowski received a Macintosh IIsi computer and a laser printer from his wife, Linda. 243 more words



“Some people never go crazy, what truly horrible lives they must live.”

-Charles Bukowski

This kind of fire

Have you ever noticed that inspiration pops up at the least expected most uninspiring times?

Two minutes home after 100,000+ minutes of exhaustive travel, I see our neighbors doing the Spring burn on their bromegrass out the back window. 294 more words