Brautigan Meets Bukowski and the Art of F.N. Wright

This chap was a labor of love that took 39 years to write after first reading It’s Raining in Love as a high school sophomore.  When new generations find Brautigan, it makes me smile.  The cover art for this chap was created by F.N. Wright.  The first ten of this limited edition contained the art of Wright inspired by the theme of this book.  This chapbook will be included in the Brautigan Library in Vancouver, Washington, where it will become a permanent, interactive exhibit at the Clark County Historical Museum thanks to FN and John Barber.  One copy also went to Brautigan’s daughter, Ianthe.  Thank you to those that purchased.

For an in depth look at the other Brautigan paintings and Wright’s art click here.

His contact information  is on this site.

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2 Responses to “Brautigan Meets Bukowski and the Art of F.N. Wright”

  1. I always enjoy Fred’s art work.

  2. I wasn’t able to get the one with the artwork, but I did enjoy the poetry. thanks.

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