the phone rang at 1:30 a.
and it was a man from Denver:
"Chinaski, you got a following in
"yeah, I got a magazine and I want some
poems from you.
"FUCK YOU, CHINASKI!" I heard a voice
in the background.
"I see you have a friend,"
"yeah," he answered, "now, I want
"CHINASKI SUCKS! CHINASKI'S A PRICK!"
I heard the other
"you fellows been drinking?"
"so what?" he answered.
"CHINASKI'S AN ASSHOLE!"
the editor of the magazine gave me the
address and I copied it down on the back
of an envelope.
"send us some poems now.
"I'll see what I can do.
"CHINASKI WRITES SHIT!"
"goodbye," I said.
"goodbye," said the
I hung up.
there are certainly any number of lonely
people without much to do with
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