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World Within a Word: Paris Review on the History of Word Processing May 18, 2016: From R. Crumb’s rendering of Charles Bukowski “leering” into a computer screen, to Ian McEwan’s “faithful machine,” Matthew G. Kirschenbaum considers the history [...] by

News from the Department of Literary Real Estate: Buk’s Childhood Home in Los Angeles Is For Sale May 27, 2015: The folks at LA Curbed bring us this tip: Charles Bukowski’s L.A. childhood home is for sale! The asking price for his house, which is “up for sale for the first time since 1996” is [...] by

Charles Bukowski Cartoons Surface February 10, 2015: Hey Bukowski fans (we know you’re out there)! Open Culture recovers some lost cartoons from the 1960s and 1970s: “Less comics per se than drawn windows into Bukowski’s worldview, these [...] by

Rest in Peace, Miller Williams January 5, 2015: Miller Williams, the Arkansas poet asked to deliver a poem on the occasion of Bill Clinton’s second inauguration and the father of Lucinda Williams, is dead at the age of 84. From The New York [...] by

Garrett Caples Gives Mad Props to The Little Magazine March 18, 2014: At the City Lights blog, Abandon All Despair Ye Who Enter Here, Garrett Caples gives a rousing thumbs up (that’s a plural: two thumbs) to the publications genre of “the little [...] by

LA Lifts Bukowski Beyond the Low-Life Cliche March 13, 2014: Is it possible to expand the scope of Bukowski scholarship beyond the low-life cliche that so permeates readings of his work? John Penner at Jacket Copy thinks yes, and on the occasion of this [...] by

A Story about Charles Bukowski, Loujon Press and Counter-Culture in New Orleans August 29, 2013: Further excellence for your eyeballs over at The Times-Picayune: the online periodical published this awesome article about the Loujon Press, the subject of an exhibit at the Historic New Orleans [...] by

Bukowski’s Lost & Found Drawings February 28, 2013: Stephen J. Gertz over at Booktryst tells us that no less than nineteen drawings by Charles Bukowski surfaced last week at the 46 California International Antiquarian Book Fair. According to Gertz, [...] by

Weekends with Tracy K. Smith January 28, 2013: It’s Monday. We at Harriet are reassembling our collective consciousness and getting on with the work week. In this New York Times article that walks through a typical weekend with Tracy K. [...] by

Three Ways of Looking at a Bukowski Poem December 10, 2012: See this post at Open Culture that features three different interpretations of the Bukowksi poem “Nirvana.” One, a short film from Lights Down Low productions, the other Tom Waits reading [...] by