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

Doors Defender: John Densmore

(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
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Doors Defender: John Densmore

The Doors Triumphant

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,
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The Doors Triumphant

 

Who Put the Demon In Dopamine?

October 6, 2017 Dr. Ash Tree Gonzo 0

When one’s to take an epidemiological approach to a socially impacted public health problem, the progress of such steps towards complete eradication often start ridiculously and inefficiently with that four letter word, the stigma. Indeed, much time is wasted in even discerning the value of the affected population in the […]

Music | Women Playing Petty

October 6, 2017 David Pratt 0

Songwriting ability is a gift. After a while, you come to realize, “I’ve really been blessed. I can write these things and it makes me happy, and it makes millions of people happy.” It’s an obligation, it’s bigger than you. It’s the only true magic I know. It’s not pulling […]

SHORT STORY | The Final Session

October 4, 2017 Ty Reynolds 0

Randall looked down at the broken shoelace on his left sneaker that he had simply tied back in place after unintentionally stretching it too its limits that morning, causing it to snap in his hands. He unconsciously attempted to flex the persistent pain from the fist he had struck his […]