Gonzo Fest Photos 2016 – ’18

Gonzo Fest 2018 just finished April 14 in the Louisville Free Public Library. Here are a few photos, compliments of Deborah Brownstein:   In 2017 I was fortunate enough to be Skyped into a GF panel, consisting of hip, learned Ron Whitehead, poet and HST friend; Hunter's son Juan; William McKeen, head of journalism studies at Boston University; myself; and Rory Feehan, Irish author of a brand-new PhD dissertation on "the Hunter Figure." What a group. What a skilled moderator, Michael...
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An Interview with HST Books about the Keep this Quiet! Book Series

I am very honored to see the beautiful display Martin Flynn created and the kind words of introduction. The Q&A adds insights that his questions brought out. He is a marvelous interviewer and every Hunter Thompson fan should know his site. I also like what he does with visuals. Always a splashy page. Much for the eye. A Margaret Harrell Q&A Margaret Harrell, in my opinion is a rarity in any world, let alone the HST world. Two of her 9 or 10 books include significant fodder for ...
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Hunter Thompson and Paul Krassner

Hunter in NYC in the Sixties I met Hunter in NYC in 1967 and Paul Krassner, through Hunter, at the same time. We had dinner together and the two of them discussed a story for "The Realist," a very popular underground publication that Paul founded and edited. It was a crackling dinner, witty and fast-moving. The articles below have to do, mostly, with that time period, being mementoes or later write-ups. "Keep This Quiet!" tells the story of those days. A few of the articles below take the stor...
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Paul Krassner and Charlie Hebdo

The iconic photo above is copyrighted by Summer of Love photographer Gene Anthony and for sale as a print for $200 at Wolfgang's Vault here. Culture Counter Magazine has a new article called Charlie Hebdo and the Limits of Satire: Realist editor Paul Krassner Rethinks the Art of Irreverence Here are the opening paragraphs. Paul Krassner sent me the link and a Happy New Year, 2015, which I pass on: Was there ever an American version of Charlie Hebdo? Americans are asking themselves t...
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Love in Transition Books

The Love in Transition series took thirty years to first see the light of publication. It finally began being published in Romania, while I lived in Belgium, in the mid-1990s. That coincides with Keep This Quiet! IV. The Love in Transition series, I called "the unconscious history of the earth." It depends on shedding light on some of the unconscious background of Earth events. Backstage details, formerly called "esoteric," or private, subjective. Also sometimes called the "arcane," at times ...
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Parapsychology at the Rhine Center

What do you know? I just checked in to the Rhine Center website to look at some of their current research and what popped up but a familiar photo It's an old shot of J. B. Rhine and me. Rhine, a major pioneer in laboratory parapsychology, posed for this photo with me as if he were testing me in an early form of PK (psychokinesis) experimentation, in which falling dice in a cage came to rest at specific numbers with mental influence over how they landed. At least, that was the idea. Rhine ...
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Midwest Book Review – Biography

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The Midwest Book Review - Biography - has a new review of Keep This Quiet! III: Initiations. Actually, it's the very first press review. The new stuff is in the second paragraph. Highly gratifying that they like the books!! Synopsis: 'Keep This Quiet! III – Initiations' begins in the C. G. Jung Institute Zurich, where Margaret was enrolled in 1984. She is headed for a big initiation there, which she narrates for us – showing how initiations are life-transforming. Notably, she also dives into th...
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Keep This Quiet! III – Out Now

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  Read about the new book below, or you can browse through the reviews on Amazon. Jung & Pauli . . . Courageously, competently Harrell guided this reader through mazes of scientific exploration, all the while keeping her engaging 'anima' voice as lure to read on. —Puanani Harvey, Advanced Studies Coordinator, New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts Margaret has done an amazing job witnessing for us all the deep path of walking with the Self. She has presented this information, whil...
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