Charles Bukowski and Alan Watts on How to Live a Good Life
Watch behind-the-scenes documentary “I Drink, I Gamble and I Write: The Making of Barfly”
A collection of previously unpublished poems, called “Storm for the Living and the Dead,” presents Charles Bukowski’s words as he actually wrote them, unedited and raw.
The Smog Cutter, which Charles Bukowski is said to have frequented, has been in Los Angeles for nearly 30 years.
Three videos set to the Charles Bukowski poem “Alone With Everybody.”
On the set of “Barfly,” the only movie Bukowski ever wrote, with rare interviews with Bukowski, Mickey Rourke, and director Barbet Schroeder.
One of Charles Bukowski’s most famous poems set to film.
Schroeder also directed “The Bukowski Tapes” and is featured in Bukowski’s novel “Hollywood.”
A collection of GIFs of Charles Bukowski, drinking, reading his poetry, and speaking wisdom.
The writers and great thinkers Charles Bukowski and Alan Watts share their insights into how you can lead a more authentic and happy life by following your own inner voice.
Charles Bukowski’s longtime friend and biographer Neeli Cherkovski shares a poem about their friendship, including when Bukowski learned he was gay.
The German-American writer (1920-1994) is buried at Green Hills Memorial Park, in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.