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Endnotes

i Wayne Philpot to Bukowski, 9 April 1965, Charles Bukowski Papers (Mss 12), Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

ii Bukowski, The Bukowski/Purdy Letters 1966-1974, ed. Seamus Cooney (Sutton West & Santa Barbara: The Paget Press, 1983), 79.

iii Bukowski to Steve Richmond, undated, unpublished correspondence in the author’s possession.

iv Bukowski, The Bukowski/Purdy Letters, 99.

v Bukowski to Douglas Blazek, 6 July 1966, Richards Manuscript Collection, Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, Boston University.

vi Bukowski to Marvin Malone, 18 November 1966, unpublished correspondence in the author’s possession.

vii Bukowski to Allen De Loach, late November 1967, All’s Normal Here. A Charles Bukowski Primer, ed. Loss Pequeño Glazier (Fremont, CA: Rudy Duck Press, 1985), 105-6.

viii “Portfolio,” Harrison Street Review 2 (1971): 20.

ix Bukowski to John Arnoldy, 2 June 1971, American Literature mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

x Arnoldy, “Drawings,” e-mail message to author, February 8, 2009.

xi Ibid.

xii Whit Burnett to Bukowski, 11 December 1946 and 25 April 1947, Archives of Story Magazine and Story Press (Box 19, Folder 13; Box 47, Folder 5, and Box 53, Folder 39); Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library, Princeton, New Jersey.

xiii Bukowski to Burnett, 27 April 1947, Princeton.

xiv Ibid., 29 March 1952.

xv Ibid., November 1948.

xvi Bukowski to Caresse Crosby, 9 October 1946, Caresse Crosby Papers (Collection No. 140, Box 34, Folder 7), Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

xvii Bukowski to William Corrington, April 1962, John William Corrington Papers & Manuscripts (Box 30A), Centenary College, Magale Memorial Library, Shreveport, Louisiana.

xviii Sanford Dorbin, “Charles Bukowski and the Little Mag/Small Press Movement,” Soundings: Collections of the University Library 2, no.1 (May 1970): 24.

xix Bukowski to Larry Sloman, November 1982, unpublished correspondence in the author’s possession.

xx Jeffrey Weinberg, “Under the influence,” e-mail message to author, March 31, 2010.

xxi Nicky Drumbolis, letter to author, August 27, 2007.

xxii Bukowski to Dorbin, 16 April 1970, unpublished correspondence in the author’s possession.

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