No More Meat

April 24, 2020 Peter W. Burchard 0

by Peter W. Burchard, contributor – No more meat. What? That’s preposterous. Well, just hear me out. COVID-19 originated in a meat market where rare pangolins were stacked in cages, one on top of the other, along with bats and who knows what else. Their bodily fluids followed the laws […]

The harsh lessons of uncertainty

April 20, 2020 Greg Hopkins 0

Photo by Sasha Freemind on Unsplash COVID-19 Diary from Northern Italy, musings on Easter Sunday by Greg Hopkins, contributor – At first, the surreal landscape of empty plazas and darkened windows evoked a baffled sense of awe, wonder and confusion. I remember an initial blush of hope. Maybe Gaia had finally exerted her […]

Buy the ticket, take the ride

April 15, 2020 Rob Azevedo 0

by Rob Azevedo, contributor – “Buy the ticket, take the ride.” So, we did. All the way to Woody Creek, Colorado, on the weekend of Independence Day 2017. Myself, my brother and a good friend flew to Denver then drove three and a half hours through the Rockies, not in […]

Dear Lucifer, How About that Coronavirus?

April 7, 2020 Kidman J. Williams 0

by Kidman J. Williams, music editor – Dearest Lucifer, My dear Lucifer, Hi there Dark Lord, Hey brittle tits it is Kidman J. Williams! The fact is Lucifer, I’m not sure how to address you in the beginning of this letter. I don’t think it matters, I don’t think you […]

April Fool: Shopping in the Land of Fear

April 1, 2020 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann, editor-in-chief – My first clue that buying food at the store would be weird was the plastic bag tied to the handle of the shopping cart. Oh man, I thought. Really? This is the new normal? I had been hiding out at my place in Topanga […]

let’s get on with the apocalypse already

March 16, 2020 Karene Horst 0

by Karene Horst, contributing editor – I started eating my canned soup back in February. It’s an annual thing, clearing out my stockpile I’m supposed to maintain for that massive earthquake allegedly poised to level California or sink it into the Pacific. As the emergency response folks suggest, I’m usually […]

I Live Gonzo

July 18, 2019 Kyle K. Mann 0

Kyle K. Mann here. Still thinking about Hunter Thompson’s birthday, and the fact that he’d have been 82 today, had he not killed himself. Thompson lived hard, played hard, and was pretty beat up at the end. Frankly, he looks scary when Johnny Depp sees him in the Fear and […]

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

June 27, 2018 Gonzo Today 0

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 feature; two guests, one episode. First I speak with Clayton Luce of Gonzo Today about the life and legacy of […]

Musings on Inter-Generational Jealousy

April 10, 2018 Dr. Ash Tree Gonzo 0

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 world. But what I do envy is the scope of information available to them from such a developmental age. Their […]