The California Repertory Company is staging Love, Bukowsi, a play in which ten actors "take turns playing Hank sitting on the shitter in his underwear."
The show thankfully avoids a tired biographical recounting of Bukowski’s so-called life. Instead, it allows its characters—the weary and drunk, the hopelessly romantic and despondent—to tell their stories, and to reflect upon all of ours, through Buk’s sparse poetry and prose.
A literature and arts fraternity at the University of North Carolina was busted for operating an illegal bar out of its house. Really?
The 18th annual Lowell Celebrates Kerouac! Festival, which will include a 5k run along with readings and other Kerouac- and beat-related events, will begin next week.
Reuters takes a look at the early odds for the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Oh Courtney! Has it become so bad that you must deny allegations in a book written by your mother even before you've read the book?