Drug-crazed, iconic, outrageous--Hunter S. Thompson’s own reputation as the rock star writer of the 1970s obscured the meaning behind much of his work, even for many of his fans. An essay on Hunter S. Thompson as a journalist, and the implications and intention behind his style of “gonzo journalism” on current day media…as well as what set him apart.
|Publisher:||White Sun Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
JC Andrijeski is a bestselling Amazon author who has published novels, short stories, essays and articles. Her novels include the first three books in an urban fantasy series (Allie’s War: Books 1-3), and she is in process with two middle grades and a fourth book for the same series. Her short fiction has appeared in horror and "monk punk" anthologies, and a children's story of hers, "Mumbletoes," was published in an anthology by Wonderella. She designed and published a graphic novel set in the world created in her Bridge series, and has also penned the occasional screenplay. Her nonfiction articles have covered subjects from graffiti art, meditation, psychology, journalism and history. For more on JC Andrijeski or her work, visit www.jcandrijeski.com