Twenty years ago today, on March 09, 1994, Charles Bukowski passed away. He was seventy-three years old. Today, we honor his legacy with a tribute anthology dedicated to his name.
Charles Bukowski had a very distinctive style. He wrote in a simple and often cruel, unforgiving voice. A typical story would involve isolation, alcohol, writing, hookers, and gambling. He wrote about the scum of the city. He became the scum. His words were scum, and it was all so damn beautiful.
LONG DISTANCE DRUNKS is an anthology consisting of short stories and poetry that pay tribute to the old blue bird himself. Told in the same voice and style as Mr. Bukowski, this book is a homage to his legacy.
Featuring short stories and poems by Eli Wilde, T. Fox Dunham, William Barker, Brett Williams, Jonathan Balog, Gabino Iglesias, Craig Wallwork, S. MacLeod, Michael Bailey, Will Viharo, Jacob Haddon, Teri Louise Kelly, Joe Clifford, Tom Pitts, John Mitchel, Kyle Hemmings, Justin Hyde, Jay Wilburn, Vincenzo Bilof, and Richard Thomas.
LONG DISTANCE DRUNKS is now available in paperback and digital form!