Item #610381 Charles Bukowski world-famed poet, critic and story-teller whose notes of a dirty old man has so far sold 250,000 copies, & whose all the assholes in the world & mine beserked the establishment to billy-club screams of out rage - likewise his 16 other books, and 2000 poems in 191 'little' magazine and underground newspapers WILL READ ('Nope, doubt if I'll do THE FUCK MACHINE... not coming here to upstage our lovable Lenore') Friday, 8 p.m. May 15, at The Kiva The University of New Mexico Campus. 'Poet Satyr of today's underground.' - Henry Miller / 'Sexual intercourse is kicking death in the ass while singing.'. Charles Bukowski, Jon Webb, Loujon Press.

Charles Bukowski world-famed poet, critic and story-teller whose notes of a dirty old man has so far sold 250,000 copies, & whose all the assholes in the world & mine beserked the establishment to billy-club screams of out rage - likewise his 16 other books, and 2000 poems in 191 'little' magazine and underground newspapers WILL READ ('Nope, doubt if I'll do THE FUCK MACHINE... not coming here to upstage our lovable Lenore') Friday, 8 p.m. May 15, at The Kiva The University of New Mexico Campus. 'Poet Satyr of today's underground.' - Henry Miller / 'Sexual intercourse is kicking death in the ass while singing.'

[Loujon Press], 1970. First Edition. Broadside. Used - Very Good. Item #610381

SUPERB PRESENTATION COPY of this extremely rare Bukowski broadside, one of the more (intentionally) provocative of his early career, advertising a reading at the University of New Mexico. WITH A GREAT INSCRIPTION: 'For James Pitts Jimmy - this is the Jon Webb poster which created the consternation at U.N.M. Later the English Dept. wrote me in L.A. about it, I defended Webb. Sure, Charles Bukowski 9-2-70.' This was printed by Jon and Gypsy Lou Webb at the Loujon Press in New Orleans. Printed letterpress on 9 x 13 inch textured stock, with type in purple ink and two-tone halftone potrait of Bukowski. A very good copy, folded twice for mailing, with some wear to edges and minor stains. Fellow writer Jimmy Pitts was an important early correspondent of Bukowski's. Bukowski's letters to Pitts, long missing, have recently resurfaced, and provide important new light on Bukowski's low and high points at the moment where his writing career and life went from struggle to success. His association with Pitts was significant.

Price: $4,500.00

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