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On Friday, August 3, at 3:00 p.m. in the Foundation Room at the Headquarters library, we are discussing Charles Bukowski's novel Post Office and also looking at his work as a poet, novelist, short story writer and newspaper columnist. Often using Los Angeles as a backdrop, Bukowski writes about the underbelly of America with him, or his literary doppelganger Henry Chinaski, placed firmly in the middle of it.
Have a favorite Bukowski line? Come and share it while exploring his cult celeb status with some readers.
Be part of the Bukowski book discussion, one of the Adult Summer Reading Programs offered at Headquarters and pick up a free Summer Reading gift. Open to adults 18 years and older. Register for this summer's "Between the Covers." Create a personal account online to keep track of your reading. Log your titles and post reviews. Join the conversation and discover what others are reading.