GonzoFest expands, hits stride in 6th year

April 6, 2016 Gonzo Today 0

Courier-Journal Jeffrey Lee Puckett GonzoFest Louisville has been a passion project for Dennie Humphrey for the last six years. The Monkey Wrench owner has sunk his time, money and reputation into the festival, which celebrates the life and legacy of the late Hunter S. Thompson, a Louisville native and game-changing journalist. […]

GonzoSchmest, Gonzo Days and the Interview with Clayton Luce

March 16, 2016 Clayton Luce 0

GonzoToday publisher Clayton L. Luce answers a few questions about GonzoToday, GonzoFest, and reports of bats being forced into indentured servitude. By: C.A. Seller  C.A .Seller: By your own admission you are an Adventurer, Mystic, Magician, Lover, Artist, Writer and Fool as well as a Master Apprentice at  the School […]


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 […]

Ground Zero Gonzo

April 2, 2015 Cody S. Decker 0

By: Col. Cody Decker I had it all figured out when David Pratt asked me to write up a piece on Louisville to publish before GonzoFest.  I was going to do something that I’ve always wanted to do: visit Hunter Thompson’s childhood home.  It was going to be incredible.  In my mind […]