The Charles Bukowski Guide to Effective Copywriting: 5 Tips

Bukowski saw beauty in the mundane, depth and meaning in the prosaic.

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Bukowski respected the reader’s imagination. He didn't colour everything in. He let people come to their own conclusions. We enjoy that, after all. We like filling in the gaps for ourselves, using our own images and memories. It's fun.

By Eddie Shleyner. Read the full article on Hubspot.