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A selection of Charles Bukowski related volumes  

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A selection of Charles Bukowski related volumes


Various places


Various dates


13 volumes. Various bindings.

A selection of miscellaneous volumes by or about Charles Bukowski, including graphic novels, works in other languages, journals, etc. 


  • Bukowski, Charles. Douglas Blazek, editor. A Bukowski Sampler. Illustrated wrappers. Some wear and soiling to wrappers, dampstaining at edges of first few pages; very good. Madison, WI: Quixote, 1969.
  • Bukowski, Charles & Neeli Cherry, editors. Laugh Literary and Man the Humping Guns Vol.1 issue 3. Signed by Neeli Cherry. Pictorial Wrappers. Very good or better. Los Angeles: Laugh Literary, 1971.
  • Blow No. 6: Featuring Charles Bukowski. [2,] 20 pp. A few small bumps to wrapper edges; very good or better. Wrappers. Portland: Grey Whale Press, 1984. 
  • Bukowski, Charles. Zenske [Women]. Text in Slovenian. Illustrated boards, matching dust jacket. Near fine. jubljana: Državna založba Slovenije, 1987. 
  • Glazier, Loss Pequeno, editor. All's Normal Here: A Charles Bukowski Primer. Pictorial wrappers. Fremont, CA: Ruddy Duck Press, 1985.
  • Bukowski, Charles and Mathias Schultheiss. Folies Ordinaires. Graphic novel illustrated in b&w. Text in French. Illustrated boards. Very good or better. Grenoble: Glenat, 1985.
  • Barfly - Official Film Press Kit. This version of the kit includes: A single-stapled photocopied or offset information booklet consisting of 44 pages, 8 1/2 in. x 11 in., printed on one side of the paper only, beginning with "A Letter From a Fan" (Charles Bukowski); and largely comprised of extensive information about the film company, stars, director, other cast members editor, photographer, executive producers, writer, etc., 10 full-size glossy still photographs from the film, stored in white top-loading paper jacket with computer-generated/daisy-wheel-printed"Barfly" sticky label on outside of jacket, reproduction of letter from  Craig Byrd, Senior publicist at Cannon Films; all housed in a double-pocketed, official, Cannon Films cardstock folder lettered in gilt and blue.
  • Also included are a Bukowski-related newsletter and magazine, paperback copies (2 each) of Bukowski's There's No Business [and ] Bring me Your Love illustrated by R. Crumb, and a paperback copy of Kaputt in der City illustrated by Mathias Schultheiss.

Lot Amendments

Varying degrees of general light wear; all volumes very good or better.

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