So you want to be a writer? Don't do it.
Inspired by a Poem by Charles Bukowski
“So you want to be a writer?” it's a poem by Charles Bukowski, (Andernach, 16 August 1920 – San Pedro, 9 March 1994), american writer and poet. These artworks consists of extracts from this poem that Bukowski wrote as exhortation for the writers to not be boring, monotonous and pretentious, and to do what they really want.
Bukowski in the foreword of Ask the Dust tell us how boring can be a book without feelings and passion, and in this poem we found inspiration to research our personality and put it in our creative work. Hope with these artworks to give inspiration for you as well.