'Slouching Toward Nirvana' with Bukowski Hard-drinking, outlaw poet Charles Bukowski wrote about living in slums, working dead-end jobs and haunting bars in Los Angeles. John Martin, the long-time editor of Bukowski — who died in 1994 — discusses a new book of the writer's poems, Slouching Toward Nirvana.

'Slouching Toward Nirvana' with Bukowski

'Slouching Toward Nirvana' with Bukowski

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Hard-drinking, outlaw poet Charles Bukowski wrote about living in slums, working dead-end jobs and haunting bars in Los Angeles. John Martin, the long-time editor of Bukowski — who died in 1994 — discusses a new book of the writer's poems, Slouching Toward Nirvana.

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Slouching Toward Nirvana
By Charles Bukowski, John Martin

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