Charles Bukowski is one of America's best-known contemporary writers of poetry and prose and, many would claim, its most influential and imitated poet. The only person to have made a writing career about yo-yoing in and out of employment, Bukowski accounts the conditions in having. If I've done this right, tomorrow, Sunday, December 12, you can download a free copy of my Kindle ebook, Charles Bukowski Spit In My Face.
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1. hackbus.info (Site is gone. -ed.) books so I' ve downloaded a couple of them from Emule and printed them. Read "Women A Novel" by Charles Bukowski available from Rakuten Kobo. You Get So Alone at Times ebook by Charles Bukowski .. Imprint: Ecco; ISBN: ; Language: English; Download options: EPUB 2 (Adobe DRM). I don't think any of Bukowski's books are in the public domain though there I think to download some of his works you would either need to buy them from a bookseller that sells e-books or search for them on torrent sites.
He reluctantly agrees, and is thrust into the otherworld called Hollywood, with its parade of eccentric and maddening characters: In this world, the artistry of books and film is lost to the dollar, and Chinaski struggles to keep his footing in the tangle of cons that comprise movie making. Hollywood is Dirty Old Man Bukowski at his most lucid. It overflows with curses, sex, and alcohol. And through it all, or from it all, Bukowski finds flashes of truth about the human condition. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
What publisher would spend the money to publish a book of poetry knowing that the people that would actually buy it will probably just download it free and that his copies will sit in a warehouse or his garage, if he is like me? On a similar point, soon before? Krumhansl's book came out, it was released on the internet as a. It was almost immediatly pulled for VERY good reason. I'm so sick into Bukowski, that I bought a regular copy and a numbered copy Of course you're right Bill.
Digital versions of these texts are very useful, but do not surfice for reading purposes, and obviously they don't have the collectable quality of the actual books.
I'm sure that almost everyone prefers to have a book for reading purposes. Despite the various pocket technologies that have the capability to display ebooks and this type of text, I can't imagine that reading from an actual book will ever be improved upon. A good book is a perfect object. I have to agree with all your points, Bill, hank solo and roni. This kind of thing sucks from the publisher-author viewpoint but will probably never be able to do some serious kind of damage as in the music-industry because reading longer texts or even entire novels on the computer-screen simply sucks.
The book IS the perfect medium so far. On the other hand it IS great for research and study purposes. I remember the content of the russian page on at least two other pages with and without "The Captain is out to Lunch The one from Argentinia sort of sticks out and is by far the one with the most texts online I've ever seen.
People have kind of come to expect that everything they want will be freely available online. I get email all the time along the lines of, "Your database sucks!
It should show the whole poem, not just the title! Bill can back me up on this, but books are laid out the way they are for a reason.
The format has been perfected over centuries, and when you deviate from that basic format the text becomes more difficult to read and concentrate on. And online, forget it. You'd have to be a masochist to read a novel online.
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Oh wait, that's because it sucks so bad! Never mind. I think all information should be available on line including music. Just one question to everyone who thinks books and music will cease to be published once the majority of work is online what the hell do you think of libraries? This may be our friend from Michigan who we have to ban under a different username every once in a while. Same idiot "points," same idiot spelling, Michigan IP address, blah blah blah, yawn. It is nice to know this web site is closely guarded.
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I'm sure I would ramble on and ad lib crazy shit and need to redo it over and over again. I like the silent finality of the printed page. Not that I'm shy about reading -- I've done some poetry readings.
In fact, there's a CD of a reading I did maybe 5 or 6 years ago. I'll have to give this some thought I would think that the publisher would be cool with you putting it on Amazon. Ponder said: I can not figure out how to download it, do I need a Kindle?
You can download the free Kindle For PC software to your computer and then download the ebook to that. It's fast and easy.
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You can also read it "in the cloud" for free. I don't own a Kindle, but the Kindle for PC works great, and lets me see what my ebooks look like sort of. End of ad for Amazon who is getting filthy rich and may be evil but one must not bite the hand that feeds one "one what?
Hey, I'm seeing some "likes" -- thank you guys! I know it's Buknet folks taking the time to give me feedback because I've given away hundreds of free ebooks and these are the first "likes" I've gotten. And, I see a really nice review -- unsolicited -- of one of my horror short stories by Bill.
Thank you, Bill! Starting today, several of my horror short stories are also Free Kindles. You can see them listed here: Again, "Likes" are appreciated. You might convince somebody to give a story a try. And this one which isn't yet on my author's page, "The Ghoul God's Bride: A Tale of Zombie Love": HenryChinaski Founding member.
You're welcome. Giving away stories is huge fun.
It was a good read, Thanks! Load up your Kindle.