February 22, 2015 GonzoToday 0

by Rick Kepler I felt like Charlie in the Chocolate Factory, except only one “golden ticket” was stuffed in a loaf of cheap white bread, and I, the holder of that ticket, won the prize, the opportunity to interview the masters of the universe, the top one per centers in […]

Civil War Isn’t Civil

February 18, 2015 Kidman J. Williams 0

by Kidman J. Williams The last fifteen years in the United States must have brought tears to the eyes of Lady Liberty; thank the Heavens that her back is turned to the rest of the countries’ woes.  She looked on in 2001 as the towers crumbled down to Ground Zero.  […]

Nothing is Something Else

February 8, 2015 David Pratt 0

by David Pratt Darby had their number. The bastards. They weren’t going to get away with it this time. He ratcheted down South Main dragging his bum leg, digging himself in the shop windows bent against the wind in a coat too thin and the ass of his pants all […]

Waiting for the Man

February 7, 2015 kris khatchikian 0

by Kris Khatchikian “Is that him”? “No,” I whispered in an aggressive tone, “don’t point!” slapping his hand down with a quick flash. “Do you know how to act, goddamnit” This was strange territory, unfamiliar faces, a stench of previous crimes and an electricity that something illegal and possibly evil […]

Saying Goodbye

January 27, 2015 Donnie Casto II 0

by Donnie Casto II “I don’t believe in fairy tales, because there is no happily ever after in life.” The words hit him harder than a sucker punch to the stomach. Life broke everyone to a degree, but to hear such a statement from a child whose biggest worry should’ve been […]

Who made Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas?

January 26, 2015 Clayton Luce 0

Who made Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas? Ralph Steadman or Hunter Thompson? In Truth, they told the same story through different ink. What Fear and Loathing summed up was the Depravity at the Heart of the American Dream. The ugliness behind the True Spirit of America. What both artists […]