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

 

Obama and the Death of Fast Cars

May 16, 2008 Clayton Luce 0

This morning President Obama woke up from a long nap deep underground Washington D.C., in a heavily fortified bunker, and pushed a button. Moments later mournful shrieks were heard all over Detroit slums and middle class compounds, and General Motors set an army of heavily armed attorneys into court to […]