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Zach Mroczkowski


Zach Mroczkowski is an active poetry, short story and news writer currently narrowing down his major in school to journalism or English with a creative writing degree.

The Haunts of a Dirty Old Man: Charles Bukowski’s Los Angeles

A bus tour of Charles Bukowski's life here in the City of Angels; Ghost memories from the front lines of one of America's most savage and soulful poets.

Crue Fest 2008: Rock N’ Roll is Still Alive and Wailin’

Whether you love 'em, hate 'em or don't know em, you gotta pay homage to one of rock's most decadent and still surviving rock bands: Motley Crue. The odyssey continues with their concert in Southern California at the Glen Helen Pavilion.

If the War Goes On

If the war goes on, will much good result? The ongoing conflict is damage that needs immediate repair and resolve, not an 'objective' to acquire or a contest to 'win'. New hope lies in a new administration!

The Dangers of Going Right in Sin City: Gun Control

On the topic of gun-control, politics and human nature; how fundamental/extremist views on any issue can breed ignorance, fear and bad decisions.