Drug Run – Chapter 2 The Spy

January 30, 2017 Gonzo Today 0

By Dr. Rocket with Ms. Gonzo *Last time, as you recall, a beautiful young singer was unexpectedly offered a great deal of money to drive a van filled with pot from Texas to L.A.* Suze slowly realized just how tightly she clutched the cash-stuffed envelope as she stared out the front […]

Big Party at the Crumps: Book Excerpt

January 16, 2017 Gonzo Today 0

By: Barry Finnerty So here it is. The moment I’ve been waiting all my life for. I step up to the microphone, brush my hair back, pull up my pants a little bit. Tap the mic. OK, it’s on. We finish up the medley with a rousing version of Jimmy […]

Drug Run

January 16, 2017 Gonzo Today 0

By: Dr. Rocket with Ms. Gonzo The capacity crowd at Wild Bill’s Saloon were wildly yet amiably drunk that late August night, and some had also gotten high out in the parking lot. All were on their feet. The sweaty young Texas hipsters knew that this was the final performance […]

Story Girls

January 16, 2017 Gonzo Today 0

By: Michael Chin Jackson and Lily went to St. Peter’s because their father wanted to steer them from the bad influences of a public high school. He told them getting an education was not about smoking in bathrooms or fist fights or winding up pregnant before graduation. Jackson knew the […]

Almost-Rape, American Tourists, and Pope Garbs

December 31, 2016 Clayton Luce 0

by Teddy Fuentes The Mexican Dream: Almost Getting Raped, American Asshole Tourists, and Nostalgia Dressed in Pope Attire. I was inside a home. This place was downtrodden but very enticing. White walls now a cream color. Brown stains like cigarette smoke made art, staining glass never meant to be seen […]

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The 58th Annual Founding Fathers’ Debate

November 7, 2016 Tess Stevens 0

by Tess F. Stevens Thomas Jefferson takes off his powdered wig and sits near a gas lamp that hasn’t been useful since 1774. In the ghostly hours of the early morning, he pulls out his quill, dips it in some ink and starts to write. The tip of the instrument glides across […]

Wasteland

November 5, 2016 Saira Viola 0

art by Unitas Editor’s note: Saira Viola’s following script for a TV series idea is on NetFlix’s shortlist for possible selection. by Saira Viola This Business is Killing Me ACT ONE FADE IN: INT DALSTON GRITTY GARAGE LOCKUP. NIGHT There are grubby stains on the walls, dust and debris, sealed […]

The Crack of Dawn

November 5, 2016 Gonzo Today 0

  by Joseph Siess …Mother Mary & the Morning of Terrible Judgment…Mad Dash to the Coast…Extreme Behavior on Av. Boa Viagem… I came to around 6 am. The Pole sat on the far end of the couch, wide-eyed with a confused look on his thin face. A hazy morning light […]

An Arizona Wingnut in Maggie Thatcher’s Court

July 5, 2016 Gonzo Today 0

image by Christopher Hunt Excerpt of Chronicle III of Hell Bottled Up: Chronicles of a Late Propaganda Minister [Far Gone Books, 2016] by Todd Brendan Fahey Ahhhh…tired, brain-dead, need stimuli badly–and not the kind that the University would ever sanction. I put out the feelers, and trusted my instincts regarding […]