I'm not sure what initially sparked my interest in reading Charles Bukowski, but once that tap opened, I went on a steady diet of Buk's work for quite some time. I became such a fan, that I got Kyle Knapp hooked on the candid writer when Kyle was searching for some inspiration of his own. I had lent him Women and several others (Post Office, Notes from a Dirty Old Man), and we had lengthy discussions on the raw material.
January 16, 2013. Kyle sent an email with the header 'ode to Bukowski' and attached was a poem titled Women in Acrostics with a note, "Do you remember this scene in "Women?" It was very funny." -Kyle
So, on this 20th anniversary on Bukowski's death, I thought we'd honor his remembrance with not just Kyle's poem but two other amazing tributes from Gerald So and Adrian Manning (via Silver Birch Press) in the appropriately titled "Another Round for Bukowski" (thanks, Gerald!).
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Friday, March 7, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Cathi locates the heart of the matter, Tony longs for powerful hooks, and Kevin follows a complicated tale. Me? I'm just happy to have such generous friends that take the time.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
It will take more than dying to keep him from finding the truth. Book #2 is now available.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Dan Malmon, Crimespree Magazine, reviews The Year I Died Seven Times by Eric Beetner and released through BEAT to a PULP. And Gerald So attends Robb White's Class Reunion.
Monday, February 24, 2014
The Girls of Bunker Pines is the third novella in The Drifter Detective series and the first one in print. Here's a review from writing legend, James Reasoner.