“Too Far Gonzo” comes from a review of bestselling author Jimmy Lee Shreeve’s investigative book Blood Rites (Arrow 2005), which was published in New Humanist Magazine. It wasn’t overly complimentary 😉 The reviewer Rosie Waterhouse thought the book had gone too far down the road of “gonzo journalism.” Nevertheless, it summed up Jimmy’s writing style to the letter, which, when he isn’t writing to a strict brief, is cranked up journalism with more than a dash of humor and wry commentary.
Jimmy Lee Shreeve
Jimmy Lee Shreeve is an author, journalist and entrepreneur. His books include Get Money, Bewitched, Human Sacrifice, Cannibals, Doktor Snake’s Voodoo Spellbook, The Unthinking Barbarians’ Nine Rules For Life, Blood Rites, How To Be Famous, and Hash Brownies. He’s also written books as Doktor Snake and Dr. Hash. And as John E. Shreeve. Search your country’s Amazon for “Jimmy Lee Shreeve” or “Doktor Snake” to find Jimmy’s books.
Sherron Faye Sinclair
Poet & Author Dark Angel’s upcoming book Dark Angel: Poems Written On Broken Phones chronicles her dark, heartrending fight to find freedom and escape the shackles of an abusive, controlling relationship, and finally finding true love. One reviewer said: “Dark Angel’s poetry comes to life as you read and your emotions start to stir inside.” Dark Angel also runs the Beatnik Show on her Poetry of Dark Angel Facebook page.