In my hands

Every single time I pick up my copy of FEAR & LOATHING AT ROLLING STONE and hold it in my hand it feels like I’m burning daylight.

I’ve got a Modern Classics edition, wild and ferocious and neat. A tiny compact edition that feels heavier for the ideas it holds.

Jann Werner writes: “a story about himself, who as, after all, his own greatest character”. In BOB DYLAN BY GREIL MARCUS, Greil creates himself and creates rock journalism while Dylan creates himself. Without this coevolution with another, HST seems to occupy both Greil and Dylan’s positions.


Dr. shathley Q | Comics Editor, PopMatters | @uu3y324rdry