It’s Time We Take Hunter Thompson Seriously
Fifty years ago, Hunter S. Thompson’s ground-breaking Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas was published, turning the underground writer into a household name. Before long, it was being referenced and even parodied like the novels written by his literary idols – Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Kerouac. Like Kerouac, though, fame did not sit well with Thompson, who […]
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Sober Journey to the Heart of the American Dream?
Fifty years ago, Hunter S. Thompson published a two-part story in Rolling Stone that changed the face of American culture. “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” was an instantaneous hit – a groundbreaking satire that was both a eulogy for the sixties counterculture and an uproarious road novel that had readers bawling with laughter from […]
Unpublished Hunter S. Thompson Books
Here’s a list of books Hunter S. Thompson wrote but did not publish or which could be compiled from extant work. Also, there are some that he began but failed to complete. Prince Jellyfish – His first completed novel. Never published, but parts can be found in Songs of the Doomed. The Gun Lobby – […]