One of the great things about skulking around in the world of Hunter S.Thompson and collecting is the great people I get to meet, chat, and deal with. Brian Chambers of Furtherrr is one of these people. We were introduced by a fellow HST collector / twisted freak on the East Coast. One of Brian’s […]

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 Recently I came across the people at Spineless Classics. Simply put they do poster prints of classic books, the full book in poster form. Naturally I was curious about their recently released Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas print. As a collector of all things Hunter Thompson (mostly wirtten/printed) I just had to have one. […]


This year marks the 60th anniversary of J.P. Donleavy’s  The Ginger Man. It was one of Thompson’s favorite novels. December 8th 1960 He wrote a letter to Donleavy regarding “a thing” called Helen. Which I believe turned out to be a radio play. (I’m open to correction on that) Here is the letter. December 8, 1960 […]

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Noel has been writing professionally for nearly ten years.  As a musician, he began his writing career as a blogger, reviewing records and interviewing bands.  He now works in creative advertising, writing copy for a wide range of media as well as scripting and producing short films and webisodes.  Currently, he’s working on two books: […]


Simone Corday. Spent time in Hunter’s storm during his time at The Mitchell Brothers O’Farrell Theater. She’ll give a unique perspective on the ins and outs of the way he operated. You can see my review of her book, and our interview here. Simone Corday on The Separation of Hunter and Raoul. Hunter S. Thompson, A “Road […]

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Margaret Harrell first met Hunter when she was working on copy editing his first published book Hell’s Angels. They maintained a friendship for years after. She is an accomplished author herself, In-particularly of the Keep This Quiet series where Hunter gets a significant mention. For any and all information on Margaret, and where to buy […]

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Hunter S. Thompson has approximately 146 works in 398 publications in 16 languages. He has a huge following around the world which continues to grow even now, ten years after his death. In 2008 I was was toying with, and started a HST For Beginners series. The aim was to give anyone new to Hunter’s work […]