Sunlight Here I Am: Interviews and Encounters, 1963-1993
Sun Dog Press, 1 січ. 2003 р. - 288 стор.
Cultural Writing. Thirty-four interviews and encounters chronicle the riseof Charles Bukowski. He speaks in his own voice about his writing and hislife, dutifully answering question after question.Included is his firstinterview in 1963 with the Literary Times of Chicago from his one-bedroomHollywood apartment, and his last--at poolside in San Pedro answering aGerman journalist in August 1993, seven months before his death at 73.Follow his journey from obscurity to fame in Europe and finally in Americaafter the success of the movie Barfly.
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INTRODUCTION David Stephen Calonne
This Floundering Old Bastard is the Best Damn Poet
Charles Bukowski Hugh Fox
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Allen Ginsberg American Angeles Barbet Schroeder Barfly beautiful beer Bernard Pivot better Black Sparrow Press bother bottle Charles Bukowski Chinaski classical music D.H. Lawrence damn dead Dirty Old drinking drunk face Fante Faye Dunaway feel film fuck Gerald Locklin German Ginsberg girl give goddamn gonna guess Hank happened hate hell Hemingway Henry Miller Hollywood Interviewer John Fante KAYE kind Koertge Laughs Linda literary little bit living Locklin look madness magazines mean Mickey Rourke movie never night novel Pleasants poems poet poetry Post Office pretty published racetrack Sean Penn shit short stories sitting Skid Row sometimes started Steve Richmond stuff talk tell there's thing thought told track trying typewriter underground walk what's whores wine woman women words writing wrote Yeah