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There’s a Poet Behind the Bar at Musso & Frank’s

Veteran cocktail slinger Sonny Donato went from Bukowski drinking buddy to performer on the hippest L.A. stages

A New York Artist Mapped the Best Places to Read a Book in L.A.

Jason Polan’s casual drawing plots out POI for literature nerds

L.A.’s Top Literary Events in August

From a Bukowski tribute to a discussion with a Pulitzer Prize finalist, there's something for everyone this month

Charles Bukowski

The poet laureate of L.A.’s underbelly led a hardscrabble life that took him from South L.A. to East Hollywood to San Pedro

Four L.A. Writers Who Deserve a Star on the Walk of Fame

After Raymond Chandler gets his star in 2015, these L.A. writers should keep him company

Bukowski Continues to Haunt L.A.

Twenty years after his death Charles Bukowski still has the power to draw an audience. This weekend friends and admirers will host a reading in his honor at the King Eddy Saloon

Framed: Charles Bukowski, Alone and At Ease with His Vices

The Charles Bukowski depicted in Abel Alejandre’s drawing "El Pinche Buk" is every bit the author of the poem "Cornered."

New Reviews: September

 More Notes of a Dirty Old Man: The Uncollected Columns By Charles Bukowski (City Lights, 248 pages, $16.95) In these pieces, written for the alternative press from 1967 through...