moving men – chapter 1

June 21, 2022 Karene Horst 0

Writer Karene Horst shares her twisted perspective on relationships and the scars they leave behind with the first chapter of her novel moving men.

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The Short, Bitter Tale of Brother Roscoe

May 19, 2016 Gonzo Today 0

The boat sat anchored, barely visible from shore. On its deck a minister stood unsteadily and studied his surroundings – rain drizzled from above while agitated waves slapped the hull. Fins sliced through the swells nearby. Grasping a deep red, leather-bound Bible with his left hand, he raised the right […]

Chapters 16 thru 18

May 15, 2016 Saira Viola 0

art by Unitas Quick Start from Chapter One  “Superman don’t need no seat belt.”  – Muhammad Ali CHAPTER 16 Bessie had been keeping a low profile ever since the snatch at Goldman’s jewellers in Hatton Garden, but he knew it was Tony’s birthday tonight and felt like getting loaded. He was […]

Hero Apomixis: Chpt 4

October 24, 2015 Charlie Seller 0

HERO APOMIXIS PART TWO: MOOT MADNESS by Charlie Seller art by Dan Reece CHAPTER  4 (read chpts 1-3) Hero had been released from prison three times in the preceding fifteen years plus one time from The Island after a six month city bid for a sum total of seven years […]

A Controlled Dangerous Substance Act

October 19, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

By Marc D. Goldfinger There was Dean Levy and he was counting the Quaaludes and he kept losing the count at around fifty or sixty.  It was beginning to make him mad and his wife Brenda came over to help and dropped the coffee on his lap and he jumped […]


April 17, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

First Place Prose Winner: Gonzofest Literary Contest 2015 “Earlier I was day drinking in Minneapolis, Minnesota but my mind kept going south to a little backwoods crawfish joint in Leesville, Louisiana in David Allen’s short story “Crawdads.” The story reads like a country song written by a man with a […]

Off the Leash

April 17, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

a follow up to ‘Decisions in Vegas’ By Tony X Stanton There is nothing scarier for a man in his 40’s then suddenly finding yourself the other side of a long-term relationship, apart from finding yourself the other side of a long-term relationship where you were rarely let out on […]

Adopting a Canine and the Right to Die: Part One

March 29, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

By: Clay Hamilton Part 1: Making Ghost Vows  “I am calling to say goodbye to you, “ I explained calmly. “If it were cancer, I would call my loved ones to say goodbye, and anyway, why should I have to hide my imminent death?” I asked without leaving room for an […]


February 25, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

by  R.R. Oldenburg On the floor of the living room in the rented duplex sat a beige floral patterned couch, a matching chair, and a big tube television on its own wooden legs. In front of the television rested a coffee table with a juice box and a coffee mug sitting on […]