GONZO: 50 Years of Hunter S. Thompson
Best-selling author Susie Bright, the country’s preeminent feminist sex writer, is one of the world’s most respected voices on sexual politics, as well as an award-winning author and editor who’s produced and published thousands of the finest writers and journalists working in American literature and progressive activism today.
* Memoir: Big Sex Little Death
* Six national best-sellers, including The Sexual... Read More →
Gary Kamiya is author of Cool Gray City of Love: 49 Views of San Francisco. He was a co-founder of Salon.com, with David Talbot. He is currently executive editor of San Francisco magazine and writes a weekly history column for the San Francisco Chronicle, “Portals of the Past.”
Self-Employed, Alan Rinzler Editorial
Book editor since 1962, working at Simon & Schuster, Bantam, Grove, Press, Macmillan, Holt, Rolling Stone and Straight Arrow Books, editing and publishing Toni Morrison, Hunter S. Thompson, Tom Robbins, Robert Ludlum, Clive Cussler, Shirley MacLaine, Andy Warhol, Bob Dylan and others.
Juan F. Thompson was born in 1964 outside of San Francisco, California, and grew up in Woody Creek, Colorado. He graduated from Tufts University and lives in Denver, Colorado, where he performs computer magic in the healthcare IT industry. He is the author of Stories I Tell Myself: Growing Up with Hunter S. Thompson.
I am the founder of Last Gasp and I've been an outspoken supporter of artists, writers, and various misfits for over four decades. You may know me as "Baba Ron" in SF, and I've been fortunate enough to be a part of the past 50 years of local underground history including the "Summer of Love", the Mitchell Brothers Theater saga, a bizarre birthday party for political consultant Jack Davis (which marked "the end of civilization" according to some... Read More →
Cintra Wilson is a playwright, novelist, and a past columnist for the San Francisco Examiner, Salon, and The New York Times. She lives in New York City.