Although he died in 2005, Hunter S. Thompson’s work continues to be an inspiration to many: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Rum Diary, and Hells Angels will surely live on as some of the great literary works of our time. But the evolution of Hunter S. Thompson started far before that. Before the eponymous Gonzo journalism, before the movie deals and the magazine jobs, he was living in New York, struggling to make ends meet. So he applied to the Vancouver Sun with what might be the ballsiest cover letter of all time… read more >
Hunter S. Thompson’s Guide To Writing A Great Cover Letter
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