Robert W. Howington

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'''Robert W. Howington''', is a fan of Charles Bukowski and a fanatic about that terse, raw, shocking style of writing. No one does the [[shockism]] style better. His prolific output includes anthologies, chapbooks, and broadsides of his, and other's work. Included in his own work are poems, short stories, cartoons, recordings, letters, etc. He is one of the most celebrated and prolific writers in zinedom. And often one of the most disliked for his hard edge writing. He is known for the series of books called [[Drive-by-Books]].
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'''Robert W. Howington''' (a/k/a "The Loser") is best known for the zine [[Losers Are Cool]]. His raw, aggressive brand of writing (sometimes called "[[shockism]]") is heavily influenced by Charles Bukowski. He has produced anthologies, chapbooks, and broadsides of his and others' work. He has written poems, short stories, cartoons, recordings, letters, etc. He is also known for the series of books called [[Drive-by-Books]], and for feuding with other writers.
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Robert W. Howington (a/k/a "The Loser") is best known for the zine Losers Are Cool. His raw, aggressive brand of writing (sometimes called "shockism") is heavily influenced by Charles Bukowski. He has produced anthologies, chapbooks, and broadsides of his and others' work. He has written poems, short stories, cartoons, recordings, letters, etc. He is also known for the series of books called Drive-by-Books, and for feuding with other writers.

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