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An artist says a hard thing in a simple way. His writing was heavily influenced by the geography and atmosphere of his home city of Los Angeles, and is marked by an emphasis on the ordinary lives of poor Americans, the act of writing, alcohol, relationships with women, and the drudgery of work. A very prolific author, Bukowski wrote thousands of poems, hundreds of short stories, and six novels, eventually having over 60 books in print. In Time called Bukowski a "laureate of American lowlife. We are always ripe and ready to be taken.

He often claimed to be an illegitimate child; however Andernach marital records indicate that his parents married one month prior to his birth. Due to the collapse of the German economy following the end of World War I, the family emigrated to the United States in , and originally settled in Baltimore, Maryland.

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During his youth, Bukowski was socially inept and withdrawn, a condition later exacerbated by an extreme case of acne. Who is Charles Bukowski? Neighbour children ridiculed his German accent and the clothing his parents made him wear. In his early teens Bukowski had an epiphany when he was introduced to alcohol by his friend William "Baldy" Mullinax, son of an alcoholic surgeon. Sixteen days later he failed a physical psychological exam and was given a Selective Service Class of 4-F unfit for military service.

Failing to break into the literary world, Bukowski grew disillusioned with the publication process and quit writing for almost a decade, a time that he referred to as a "ten-year-drunk. During part of this period he continued living in Los Angeles, working at a pickle factory for a short time, but also spent some time roaming about the United States, working sporadically and staying in cheap rooming houses.

In the early s Bukowski took a job as a letter carrier with the U. Postal Service in Los Angeles, but resigned just before he reached three years service. In , he was hospitalised for a bleeding ulcer which was nearly fatal. When he left the hospital, he began to write poetry. In , he agreed to marry small-town Texas poet Barbara Frye, sight unseen, but they divorced in Frye insisted that their separation had nothing to do with literature, though she often doubted his skill as a poet.

Following his divorce, Bukowski continued drinking and writing poetry. In Bukowski was traumatised by the death of Jane Cooney Baker. She had been his first real romantic attachment. Bukowski turned his grief and devastation into a series of poems and stories lamenting her passing.

In , a daughter, Marina Louise Bukowski, was born to Bukowski and his then live-in girlfriend Frances Smith, whom he fondly referred to as a "white-haired hippy", "shack-job" and "old snaggle-tooth". In , Bukowski and his friend Neeli Cherkovski launched their own short-lived mimeographed literary magazine, Laugh Literary and Man the Humping Guns. They produced three issues over the next two years.

He was then 49 years old. As he explained in a letter at the time, "I have one of two choices — stay in the post office and go crazy I have decided to starve. With increasing notoriety and growing fame, Bukowski embarked on a series of love affairs and one-night stands.

His most important relationships were with Linda King, a poet and sculptress. This play was a one-off performance. All of these relationships provided material for his stories and poems. The book was not published due to inclusion of several love letters written by Bukowski.

In , Bukowski met Linda Lee Beighle, a health food restaurant owner, aspiring actress and devotee of Meher Baba, who was the leader of an Indian religious society.

Two years later, Bukowski moved from the East Hollywood area, where he had lived for most of his life, to the harbourside community of San Pedro, the southernmost district of the City of Los Angeles. Beighle followed him and they lived together intermittently over the next two years, Bukowski sometimes tiring he said of the relationship and sending her on her way. They were eventually married by Manly Palmer Hall, a Canadian-born author and mystic, in The funeral rites, orchestrated by his widow, were conducted by Buddhist monks.

Bukowski explained the phrase in a letter to John William Corrington: The campaign was spearheaded by preservationist Lauren Everett. The cause was covered extensively in the local and international press, including a feature in Beatdom magazine, and was ultimately successful, with the bungalow listed as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument called Bukowski Court.

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In the s, he collaborated with illustrator Robert Crumb on a series of comic books, with Bukowski writing and Crumb providing the artwork. Bukowski also performed live readings of his works, beginning in on radio station KPFK in Los Angeles and increasing frequency through the s.

He agreed to live readings as a source of income, but they took a toll on his writing and health. Heavy drinking was a featured part of the readings, along with a combative banter with the audience. Bukowski often spoke of Los Angeles as his favorite subject.

In a interview he said, "You live in a town all your life, and you get to know every bitch on the street corner and half of them you have already messed around with. You have a picture of where you are Since I was raised in L.

Since his death in , Bukowski has been the subject of a number of critical articles and books about both his life and writings. His work has received relatively little attention from academic critics. ECCO continues to release new collections of his poetry, culled from the thousands of works published in small literary magazines.

Bukowski is known to have disliked Bono, calling him a "millionaire rock-star, a part of the establishment regardless of what he says".

In , the Italian director Marco Ferreri made a film, Storie di ordinaria follia aka Tales of Ordinary Madness, based on the short stories of Bukowski. Bukowski was said to have disliked the film. Sean Penn had offered to play the part of Chinaski Bukowski for as little as a dollar as long as his friend Dennis Hopper would provide direction.

But the European director Barbet Schroeder had invested many years and thousands of dollars in the project and Bukowski felt Schroeder deserved to make it.

Mickey Rourke was ultimately chosen to play Chinaski.

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During filming Bukowski said of Rourke; "Mickey Rourke is a real human guy, on and off the set. And in Barfly he really came through with the acting.

I felt his enjoyment and inventiveness. Copies of all editions of his work published by the Black Sparrow Press are held at Western Michigan University, which purchased the archive of the publishing house after its closure in