"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." -Hunter S. Thompson.
I like punk rock, leftwing politics and a good party.
Steve Otto (Στεβε Oттo) (史蒂夫奥托)(សតិវអតុ)
Is a free-lance writer, living in Maize, KS. He is the author of War on Drugs/ War on People, 1995, an expose of governmental corruption connected with the “war on drugs,” Memoirs Of A Drugged-up, Sex-crazed Yippie, A fictional look at the 1970s, Can You Pass the Acid Test? A History of the Drug and Sex Counterculture and Its Censorship in the 20th Century and I Am Pol Pot, a fictional autobiography of the late Cambodian leader Pol Pot.
Otto has published articles nationally, in Contemporary Marxism, Paraplegia News and Vocational Biographies. In Kansas he has written for The Andover Journal, The Mt. Hope Clarion, the travel section of The Wichita Eagle, Kansas Works, and the alternative culture magazine Plethora. He is the past editor and publisher of two newspapers The Wichita Public Voice and The South Hutchinson Post Dispatch. During the 1980s, Otto worked as a reporter for The Clinton Daily Democrat and The St. Clair Courier, in Missouri.
Hunter S. Thompson, Charles Bukowsky, Titus Lucretius Carus, Antonio Gramsci, Mao Zedong, Thomas Frank, Pauline Reage, Epicuru.
St. Louis, MO
My 1st book was published by Ide house, "War on Drugs/ War on People," 1995.
"Can You Pass the Acid Test?: A History of the Drug and Sex Counterculture and Its Censorship in the 20th Century," available at
"Memoirs Of A Drugged-up, Sex-crazed Yippie," also available at
Amazon.com/ "I Am Pol Pot," available at Lulu.com