Clayton LuceFounding Editor/ Publisher
Clayton L. Luce is a writer and journalist, editor, artist, event producer and multimedia production professional living in Louisville, Kentucky.
He spent 6 years in international public relations for an international NGO and founded Emagyn Production Company and Emagyn Publishing Company which were later combined into Emagyn Media Company, specializing in video production, graphic design, corporate branding and small form publishing.
Clayton is also an activist in the fields of cult abuse and political reform and is also an active supporter of N.O.R.M.L. for marijuana reform legislation.
In 2014 he co-founded GonzoToday with many other like minded individuals as a New Journalism platform to counter the ever omnipotent news and Mainstream Media industry increasingly constrained by private interests, lack of journalistic integrity and the oppression of freedom of the press and artistic expression. He currently serves as executive publisher and a board member of GonzoToday.com and its social charitable parent organization GonzoToday Group, Inc.
The GonzoToday mission is to advance the promotion and social integrity of the arts and culture as well as to provide a grassroots based affiliate network of artists, galleries, writers, publishing houses, musicians and record companies for the purpose of creating opportunities for artistic expression and ideological freedom and community as an alternative to mainstream outlets/organizations.
In 2015 Clayton was appointed to the GonzoFest Louisville creative production as well as the GrateVille Dead music festival production team. In 2016 he was granted a Kentucky Colonelship by new Kentucky Governor and general Nazi, Matt Bevin, for no apparently good reason at all.
His plans are to flee the country as soon as possible, and never return.
I’ve watched this new state force the 1st amendment to disappear and I’ve experienced the protection of this new omnipotent police state of by and for the rich
Those words by Ron Whitehead reflected a broader consensus today at the Kentucky for Bernie Sanders rally hosted today at the Tim Faulkner Gallery on Portstown Avenue, where over a thousand Louisvillians gathered in support of the Bernie campaign.
The event was produced by Sherrill Works, Tim Faulkner and Scott Lee.
They can be found at the groups Facebook Page.
By: Clayton L. Luce
Hundreds of Louisville art supporters turned out today in Germantown for a celebration of the local arts and to provide an artistic showcase for local talents.
The event occurred at Seidenfaden’s bar on Breckinridge and Vine this evening and is one of two incarnations of the event, hosted by Louisville artist Evan Wallace, which occurs twice annually with overtones of exceptional weirdness.
The bar was full of tattooed bikers, chain smoking hipsters and bad alcoholics of every sort. There was a great deal of noise, and with all of the art being sold it was really difficult to get a hold of the thing. There were no good camera angles and I was recording on my smart phone after an angry hippie refused to loan me $30 for a new Nikon battery.
“Evan contacted us about doing the event and we agreed because we love art,” said bar owner Alex Cosby. Continue reading
A petition launched on the citizens action website Petition2Congress.com has called for the prosecution of Sierra McGrone, AKA Nocturnus Libertus an extreme feminist activist who recently appeared on the GonzoToday affiliate radio program The Great American Circus to discuss and debate womens rights.
McGrone went viral on Facebook Friday after she posted a photograph of herself wiping her naked rear with an American flag. Continue reading
Get it together!
Yes, I am paranoid, occasionally miserable and very much awake. You see, I see the writing on the wall, I see the magic in the world, and if you don’t have a certain amount of paranoia you clearly don’t know what the fuck is going on. I’m NOT suggesting we operate under fear, I’m suggesting that in world where the unseen controls the seen, you should have a certain amount of concern, awareness and YES, paranoia. Continue reading