This location is the home of the newspaper for which Bukowski wrote his column.
This is the name of the newspaper for which Bukowski wrote his column.
This location is usually space within someone's home that is let out for rent by the week.
This person is another writer and one of the author's major influences, referenced frequently throughout the book.
This location is where the author meets with Jack Kerouac.
This seems to be the group with which Bukowski most closely relates, usually homeless and jobless.
This is a common theme in Bukowski's work, and he warns against it unless there is a solid plan in place ahead of time.
This group is the one of which Bukowski is a member. Kerouac is also included in this group.
Santa Anna, California
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