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”
“People are not good to each other. Perhaps if they were our deaths would not be so sad.”
Charles Bukowski versus some neighborhood kids on the Fourth of July.
Based on the work of Charles Bukowski, and starring Bukowski’s alter-ego Henry Chinaski.
Starring Matt Dillon, as Charles Bukowski’s alter-ego Henry Chinaski, based on the novel “Factotum.”
“Everybody was disgusted with poetry. You know, when I was a kid. The poet is a sissy, the poet is nothing, and it was true…”
Quotes from the only movie Charles Bukowski ever wrote, starring Mickey Rourke as his alter-ego, Henry Chinaski, and Faye Dunaway.
“Charles Bukowski Reads His Poetry,” a recording of a September 14, 1972 poetry reading, is now available on vinyl.
Charles Bukowski was known to pass a good deal of time in dive bars.
“Pulp” is the last book Charles Bukowski ever wrote, and it deals with death and dying.
“Post Office” is the first novel Bukowski wrote, published in 1971. It follows his alter-ego Henry Chinaski, struggling to become a successful writer.