The literary journal Argonaut was initially founded in 1877 by Ambrose Bierce —discontinued in 1956, the publication was revived in 1993 by journalist-provocateur Warren Hinckle. Argonaut is filled to the brim with excellent examples of journalism from some of today's most respected writers. Included are articles by Francis Ford Coppola, Allen Ginsberg, Robert Crumb, Susie Bright, Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, Ron Turner, and Warren Hinckle.
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