Cult writers typically spend their lives in wretched obscurity and their literary afterlives in a state of ever narrowing veneration; precious few are fawned over by celebrity hangers-on or have glowing documentaries made about them a decade after they've been put in the ground. Charles Bukowski, the bard of post-war L.A.'s working-class underbelly, was no ordinary cult writer, and John Dullaghan's... More >>>