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poems • stories • articles • interviews

interviews
Chicago Literary Times - 1963
     first published interview
Stonecloud #1 - 1972
Interview magazine - 1987
Beat Scene/transit magazine - 1994

articles
Upon The Mathematics Of The Breath And The Way - 1973
     small press review
Jaggernaut - 1975
     CREEM magazine

first published story
Aftermath of a Lengthy Rejection Slip

others on Bukowski
Bukowski - by Linda King - 1973, small press review
Rolling Stone magazine - 1976
Los Angeles Times - 1996 (Bukowski manuscripts rescued from the garbage man!)
Long Beach Press-Telegram - 2000, interview with Linda and Marina

poems

It appears that certain people think that poetry should be a certain way. For these, there will be nothing but troubled years. More and more people will come along to break their concepts. It's hard I know, like having somebody fuck your wife while you are at work, but life, as they say, goes on.
     Buk

relentless as the tarantula
the new place
locks
on going out to get the mail
Shot of Red-Eye
cows in Art Class
A Close Call While Shopping
the riots
a smile to remember
back to the machine gun
Carson McCullers
congrats, Chinaski
curtain
me and Faulkner
gamblers all
having the flu and with nothing else to do
two kinds of hell
hello, how are you?
here i am...
it was just a little while ago
the great lover
magical mystery tour
what makes?
one thirty-six a.m.
three oranges
rhyming poem:
the schoolyard of forever
small conversation in the afternoon with John Fante
the crunch
the lucky ones
the house
what can we do?


Poems and stories ©Linda Lee Bukowski - used with permission.