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Abby Zimet: Warren Hinckle, Godfather of Gonzo Journalism, Dies

Warren Hinckle, the progressive, flamboyant, truth-telling, hard-drinking editor and writer who earned the moniker “godfather of gonzo journalism” by publicizing the likes of Noam Chomsky, Eldridge Cleaver, Susan Sontag, Hunter Thompson, Seymour Hersh and Che Guevara, has died at 77. 258 more words

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The Life Of Books

​A books life begins long before it ever gets printed, long before the final draft is done and longer, still, before pen even hits paper. Books are born as one word, a sentence in the minds eye of the writer. 84 more words

Bibliophilia

If she’s a bookworm

Then in my next life I want

to be War and Peace

Literature

Rundāle Palace: The Versailles of Latvia

During my recent trip to the Baltics, I was lucky enough to have a few days in Latvia. While most of my time was spent in Riga, there was one other place I was glad I had the chance to visit while en route to Lithuania. 405 more words

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Sharon Doubiago: Maybe the Revolution

I love your poem insisting good will return,

we have to have faith. But now is

bad. At the Foreign Film Festival Awards

the filmmaker of… 519 more words

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W.J. Astore: The Many Purposes of War

Carl von Clausewitz, the Prussian military theorist who wrote at the end of the Napoleonic Era, is noted for saying that war is a continuation of politics. 1,177 more words

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