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So You Wanna Be A Writer — Part 9 by Adam Rocke

Growing up, gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson was my literary idol—not because of his rampant drug and alcohol use (pronounced abuse), but simply for his wacky, wayyyyyyyyyy outside-the-box approach to the events he covered. Rather than just report the story (ho-hum), he often took part in the story, in many cases actually became the story. In doing so, he uncovered previously hidden (or previously unthought of) story components that never would have seen the light of day. These zany antics almost always shed new light on the story’s primary players, unlocking the very heart of the story, exposing it to the world for all to see. For a burgeoning scribe like myself I was fascinated by Hunte

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