The Clayton Luce Interview on Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

Modern Mythology Presents: (Click this link for more podcasts, stories and more by J.G. Michael.) By: J.G. Michael originally published here. LISTEN TO PODCAST HERE: https://parallaxviews.podbean.com/e/ep-10-gonzo-journalism-jazzy-rustbelt-memoirs-ft-clayton-luce-john-yamrus/ On this edition of Parallax views it's a double
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The Clayton Luce Interview on Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

AS THE HEART ASCENDS

A response to I NEED A CHANGE the debut single by That Joe Payne   [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJLTvvv4edg[/embed] Sighs from the angels descend in suitably unearthly chorus As the change Joe Payne needs most soothes the
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AS THE HEART ASCENDS

THREE POEMS BY DAVID ALLEN

OPTIONS Time to move on Despite my best efforts Considering the wreckage I leave behind, Is it better to Be forgiven Or just forgotten? FINAL THOUGHTS High on the Hardangervidda plateau Three hundred and twenty-three reindeer huddled Against the maddening rain
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THREE POEMS BY DAVID ALLEN

Musings on Inter-Generational Jealousy

I find myself envying younger women, but not for the typical reasons. I do not wish for more time, firmer skin, smaller frame or naivety from the cruelties of the
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Musings on Inter-Generational Jealousy

Everyday Misogyny: Double Standards, Female Sexuality and the Like

by April S. Kelley I am not the most likable person. I never have been, and I know that I never will be. I am O.K. with this. I am a bisexual,
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Everyday Misogyny: Double Standards, Female Sexuality and the Like

GT Interviews Poet and Publisher Josh Gaines

Interview Saira Viola, Portrait by Joey Feldman, Book cover art courtesy of Josh Gaines and Thoughtcrime Press Josh Gaines - Poet, Publisher, Editor, Provocateur, and Founder and Captain of ThoughtCrime Press
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GT Interviews Poet and  Publisher Josh Gaines

 

Memoirs of an Internet Whore

November 12, 2014 Jaslyn 0

“Crotch Rot”   She was walking down the shit steam block, when it hit her. Crotch rot. Itchy, burning, awful, wet and rawness that spreads like an awful oily sebaceous cyst that will not go away with a bit of peanut butter. Why, you ask? Well, because much like breathing, […]

A weed by any other name would smell as sweet

November 12, 2014 David Pratt 0

By: David Pratt You would think in the victory lap of a populist movement focusing on civil liberty, freedom of choice and a plant that tends to unwind the uptight that you wouldn’t have to stress over busybody, school-hall-monitor types waiting to wash your mouth out with soap as soon […]

No Picture

November 11, 2014 GonzoToday 0

“Yes, right, okay, here goes you twisted freaks. Tomorrow is Veterans Day. I’m a Veteran, as are many on this page [and GonzoToday]. I will take time out of my day, to shake hands, thank, and even salute as many Veterans as I can. Hunter S. Thompson was a Veteran. […]

Not for Laughs

November 10, 2014 Maven Cade Leary 0

By: Maven Cade Leary It’s 4:04 in the morning, the 21st of July, just a few days after Hunter S. Thompson’s birthday. The night, a long and treacherous journey, has returned me unscarred to my decrepit abode in the Cote-des-Neiges ghetto. A journey into the heart of Montreal, and the […]

Re-Evolution: A Thought Process

November 8, 2014 Maven Cade Leary 0

By: Maven Cade Leary A revolution in the social sense is a word that implies a change in a current state, where an established order must be destroyed in order to give way to another. The distinction between a rebellion, a revolution, and evolution is mostly in the way in […]

The 2014 Elections are Over

November 8, 2014 Clayton Luce 0

Drugs, Sex and Forced Sodomy By Clayton L. Luce The Elections are over now, and the vote-pimps have receded back into dark-wet corners and underground bunkers and big pink Cadillac’s, with signs like “VOTE OR DIE” or “I’LL BREAK A LEG FOR THE GOP” crudely taped onto tinted windows. They […]

I am a Stranger Here

November 6, 2014 Clayton Luce 0

I am an alien here. This terrestrial sphere is not my home. This land is not mine. My home is in the bottom of a bottle. I am a stranger here. I am a stranger here. I see all of these faces, and I hate them all for not seeing […]

Fear & Loathing with Colonel Leonard Pt 2

November 6, 2014 Clayton Luce 0

“Somebody once said that DNA moves in mysterious ways.” could hear the drum beating. A strange dark rhythm coming from deep within the mist. My companion had come in full regalia. Full military gear complete with a Winchester Ar-15 assault rifle and a big ugly .45 Smith & Wesson. I […]