Watch The Premiere of A Short Film That Brings To Life Charles Bukowski's Poem "Nana" On The Anniversary of the Poet's Death

This month marks the 22nd anniversary of the great poet of the street Charles Bukowski's death. To mark this occasion, Autre exclusively presents the premiere of Nana, a short film by Nana Ghana that brings to life Bukowski's poem Nana from his 1978 novel Women. The book focuses on the constant carousel of women with whom Henri Chinaski, an alter ego of Bukowski's, only finds temporary fulfillment.

Read Max Barrie's Humorously Dark Riff on Suicide and the Meaning of Life and Death

Writer Max Barrie waxes poetic in a darkly humorous riff on suicide and depression - with a few tragic stories thrown in the mix - in the new installment of his non-fiction short story series A Trendy Tragedy. Read the full text here