Manuscripts (for publication)
|提及的人：||Charles Bukowski; Jon Edgar Webb; John Martin; Jim Roman; Diane Wakoski; Fielding Dawson|
Charles Bukowski; Jim Roman
|注意：||Additional material in MS 171.|
Consists mainly of Bukowski's books and chapbooks, as well as periodical publications that contain his writings. The finding aid indexes 71 other contemporary writers represented in these periodicals, including Diane Wakoski and Fielding Dawson. Jim Roman, book-seller, is the primary correspondent, 1964-1974, both with Bukowski, and with other people about him. Some letters contain material relating to colleagues Jon Edgar Webb and his Loujon Press, and also John Martin of the Black Sparrow Press. Additional correspondence, as well as poetry, stories, and drawings are from Bukowski to Darlene Fife and Robert Head, of the New Orleans underground newspaper, Nola Express, from 1967-1973. Also contains unpublished poetry and prose manuscripts; drawings and cartoons; reviews; photographs; and audio cassettes of Bukowski reading his works. Drawings include self-portraits, and are done in acrylics, watercolor, ink, and pencil. Ephemera consists of poetry postcards, broadsides, flyers, and posters; some are signed by Bukowski.
- Bukowski, Charles -- Archives.
- Webb, Jon Edgar.
- Martin, John.
- Roman, Jim -- Correspondence.
- Wakoski, Diane.
- Dawson, Fielding.
- Black Sparrow Press.
- Loujon Press.
- Poets, American -- 20th century -- Sources.
- Authors, American -- 20th century -- Sources.
- Small press books -- Specimens.
- Underground press publications -- Specimens.