The Sheep and The Iconoclasts

January 2, 2015 johanngalloway 0

johann galloway I remember leaning on the sill of my grandma’s open living room window in Nurnberg, Germany back in 1990. The final game of the World Cup just ended. The secluded and normally quiet street below was filled with revelers shouting and chanting the team anthem as if they had […]

2-1 Odds Staring Down a Gun

December 28, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Jessup Powers Out of my own shitty curiosity I looked up or googled for a list of the candidates.  Low and behold I came across a list on a site with the url address The following is the list of the democratic candidates. Democratic candidates Vice president- Joe […]


December 28, 2014 Dr. Ash Tree Gonzo 0

By: Ashley Beth September 18 was a Weighted Day for Me. It was Heavy. It was Dynamic. In one entire day I managed to close, cross and open several boundaries in my life. Most of these boundaries were with people. Some of them were with….less forgiving entities such as moving […]

Fear and loathing in a Police State

December 27, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By Sean Brady With the current events in New York City fresh in my mind – the Murder of Eric Gardener in Staten Island, the shooting of unarmed Michael brown in Ferguson Missouri, the shooting of unarmed Akai Gurley in a Brooklyn stairwell, the shooting death of seven year old […]

Dancing with an epileptic 8-legged shark

December 26, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

by Grant Goodwine As an artist, Recently I’ve found myself winding up in discussions and asked for advice from other creative people- usually involving their frustrations in their works. Or about how much of a perfectionist they are and how frustrated they get when it doesn’t turn out the exact […]

Nodding Out on Old Cape Cod

December 26, 2014 David Pratt 0

By David Pratt “I awoke from The Sickness at the age of forty-five, calm, and sane, and in reasonably good health except for a weakened liver and the look of borrowed flesh common to all who survive The Sickness.”  – William S. Burroughs, Naked Lunch “When I was doing drugs, […]

The Magic of Christmas and Fat Greedy Bastards

December 24, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

By: Ernie Hurt Despite the fact I haven’t seen a snowflake in a month; I am beginning to feel that old Yule tide spirit. The type of feeling that makes hot cocoa taste better, and warm fires most inviting. The nip in the air brings on memories of past, some […]

Seeking the Center

December 21, 2014 Gonzo Today 0

In a World With No Boundaries, How Can You Find The Center? or, How Do You Know Where The Center Is If You can’t Tell Where The Edges Are? By: Dan Hallo “Popular and regular governments have always applied themselves to increase the number, strength, power, riches, and courage, of […]