Ralph Steadman joins us in Bringing Bill to the Ville-GonzoFest 2015
From Gonzo Today Poetry Editor Ron Whitehead Ralph Steadman has joined GonzoFest 2015 in our efforts to Bring Bill to the Ville!! he just sent me this: RON Here is my pic of Bill MURRAY as Hunter in Where the Buffalo Roam – where it all started……….Hope you can open […]
Thanks Again Ralph Steadman!
LETTER FROM RON WHITEHEAD (From Ralph Steadman) Ron Here is a happy shot that may be of Kentuckian interest for tour DaZE Shindig!! Hunter’s Red Shark! RALPH ..and Hunter at work in the City of Refuge when we were in Hawaii! …and here is something you might be able to […]
Moxley and Eirene: Moonshine King, Burgoo Queen
By: Ron Whitehead & Greta Render Mama gave me a tin cup when I was a boy. Til I left home, when I was 17, I wore a thin rope, to hold my pants up. I’ve always been skinny. I kept my tin cup, and a knife with a bottle […]
Welcome to GonzoFest -with Ron Whitehead
I worked for 20 years to get the City of Louisville to honor my friend Hunter S. Thompson in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. It finally happened. GonzoFest 2014 was 6 days 6 nights 17 venues, early April, This was the 4th GonzoFest I helped produce with my longtime friend […]
In Shades of Why
By: JB Fertile and fueled by a rage, an age, a circumstance, time and chance… And she screams Why, why, why? In shades of cool and blue and orange and green and yellow and crimsons Compelled, derailed, broken, outspoken and resurrected in the depths And there she stands, staring, holding […]
Donnie Casto II “Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.” – H.L. Mencken, Prejudices: First Series The newswires and Facebook feeds stream with madness, fear and loathing today over the long overdue report […]
Of Pipers and Pigs
A Short Story by Brad OH Inc. The thin metal barricades were all that separated us from them. Judging by the press of people facing us, it was anybody’s guess how long that alone would be sufficient. I gazed down the line—right and left—to the determined men and women by […]
Peace and Joy
By: Maven Cade Leary So today I was going home, entering the metro station, when some kid jumps out in front of me whatever reason. Perhaps, because I seem like a kindred spirit, the odd ones often do. This kid had some weird white shit on his nose. Looked like […]
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