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

 

John Densmore, uncensored!

March 19, 2018 Kyle K. Mann 0

Editor’s note: what follows is the unedited (or more accurately, uncensored) version of John Densmore’s recent letter to the Los Angeles Times. Densmore, a noted bestselling author among his other talents, deserves better than to have those Times people cut up his work. He has been kind enough to provide […]

Doors Defender: John Densmore

January 5, 2018 Kyle K. Mann 0

(Editor’s Note: The following is an encore presentation, originally posted in Gonzo Today on June 16, 2017, in recognition of the Doors, represented in person by John Densmore, being honored for the second year in a row in a special ceremony by the City of Los Angeles on January 4, […]

The Doors Triumphant

January 4, 2018 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann Part One As a member of a dwindling tribe of rock fans who beheld the Doors in concert, I get this a lot. “You actually SAW the Doors?” “Yep, in March ‘67, before they were famous,” I usually reply. I have had this conversation dozens of […]

OK, I Admit It Looks Bad

December 31, 2017 Kyle K. Mann 0

By Kyle K. Mann It happens to be New Year’s Eve as I write, but it doesn’t matter what year. We got through it, and naively hope the next one will be better, somehow. Will we be around to celebrate a year from now? Except for crazy people who think […]

My Encounter with Hunter

December 21, 2017 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann You have to realize that the late 1970’s were a time so different from our current benighted era as to be incomprehensible, even to those who lived through it and are still alive. No cell phones or iPads, no computers. No AIDS! TV’s were big ugly […]

World Premier! Do the Trump (with interview)

December 14, 2017 Kyle K. Mann 0

To hear Do the Trump, click. We recommend playing the track at the loudest possible volume! Note: the following interview of Do the Trump creator Kyle was conducted by Dr. Rocket at 3 AM at Kyle’s Topanga residence. DR: Why did you make this song? Kyle: You might as well […]

Charlie Manson and the Death of the Hippie Dream

December 14, 2017 Kyle K. Mann 0

I knew the Hippie Dream was over by the time of the mess that was Altamont, the anti-Woodstock concert. Altamont happened 20 or 30 miles east of San Francisco in late ‘69. The bad vibes were flowing like crazy leading up to the event, and I decided not to go, sensing […]

Hell & Other Similar Shells

November 16, 2017 GonzoToday 0

by Levi Dunn Concrete steps rose towards the iron-railed concrete platform and into the black metal door draped by a clothed awning labeled with white block letters. “The Backdoor” spelled out against the entrance’s draped black. Long strips of structured stone formed the shell which the small bar resides within. […]