“Oh No, Is He Talking About God Again?” (with James Brown) The Fix, August (2021)
Liner Notes DK40 – DEAD KENNEDYS, Manifesto Records, April (2019)
“Forgiveness vs. Acceptance” The Fix, January (2018)
“Almost Home” Lunch Ticket, October (2017)
“Trying to Forgive Myself” Inspiration2Publication, July (2016)
“How A Recovering Addict Handles Cohabitation” RehabReviews, June (2016)
“Thank You For Sharing” Lunch Ticket, Summer/Fall Issue (2016)
“Learning New Behaviors” Arts Collide, October (2015)
“Last Day” San Francisco, June 25th 1997″ The Nervous Breakdown, June (2015)
“Los Angeles, July 7, 1990” The Weeklings, June (2015)
“Divulging Secrets” Inspiration2Publication, May (2015)
“Having A Plan Of Recovery” Make Peace With Food, May (2015)
“Broken” Word Riot, January 2015 Issue (2015)
“Transitional Housing” The Weeklings, April (2014)
“I can’t bear to watch my mom detox” Salon, April (2014)
“Fluids” The Weeklings, March (2014)
“Films Français” Paper Tape, February (2014)
“More Adventures in Macrocephaly” {Revolution House}, Resurrection Issue, 3.3 (2013)
“Peep Show” The Weeklings, December (2013)
“Time Served” Diverse Voices Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 19 (2013)
“Beat Me” The Weeklings, September (2013)
“Bleed For Me” Razorcake, Issue 75 (2013)
“Telemarketing” Literary Artifacts/Tres Carazones, July (2013)
“On The Way To LA” The Gap-Toothed Madness, Volume 1, Issue 2 (2013)
“Bumps in the Road” Razorcake, May (2013)
“The Right To Remain Silent” Extract(s) Anthology, Volume 1, February (2013)
“Nocturnal Hollywood” Marco Polo Arts Magazine, L.A. (2012)
“Up on the Hill” Marco Polo Arts Magazine, 500 Words (2012)
“It’s Awfully Late For Patti Michelle” The Citron Review, Editor’s Choice Issue (2011)
“Valentine’s Day” Diverse Voices Quarterly, Volume 3, Issue 9&10 (2011)
“It’s Awfully Late For Patti Michelle” Fourteen Hills, Volume 17, Number 2 (2011)
“Sunset and Highland” Prairie Wolf Press Review, Premier Issue: Volume 1, Spring (2011)
“Waiting at the Gilbert” The Whistling Fire, January (2011)
“Last Day” New Plains Review, Fall Issue (2010)
“Wake Up” The Coachella Review, Fall Issue (2010)
“Wandering American Culture” Phantom Seed, Issue #4 (2010)
“The Demise of Horticulture” Weave Magazine, Issue 04 (2010)
“Las Vegas, 1966” The Survivor Chronicles, May Issue (2010)
“Desolation” Two Hawks Quarterly, Issue 4, Number 1 (2010)
“The Scent of Death” The Citron Review, September Issue (2009)
“What-a-ya-looking at Bitch?” Sunsets and Silencers, Volume 1 (2009)
“Talking With Maria” SoMa Literary Review, June Issue (2009)
“Late Night Q&A” Word Riot, May Issue (2009)
“Barack and the Art of Dental Hygiene” AUDEMUS, Volume 1, Issue 2 (2009)
“There’s a Crackhead at My Window” Blood Orange Review, Volume 2.3 (2007)
“Writing His Life Away” The Sylvan Echo, Volume 1.1 (2007)
“Compassion of the Mind” The Sylvan Echo, Volume 1.2 (2007)
“Attraction” Nouveau Blank, November Edition (2007)
Staff Writer: Cast Centers
“Recovery for ‘High Functioning’ Addicts and Alcoholics” July (2021)
“Coming Back From A Relapse” May (2021)

“Intervention: Help That Works” October (2020)
“Seasonal Depression” October (2020)
“Being Of Service” October (2020)
“Emotional Sobriety” October (2020)
“Deciphering The Disinformation about Addiction Treatment” September (2020)
“The Stages of Change” September (2020)
“Addiction and Alcoholism are Life Long Diseases That Require Treatment and Maintenance” September (2020)
“Finding Hope For Co-Occurring Disorders At CAST Centers” September (2020)
“Top 5 Reasons To Not Postpone Entering Treatment” August (2020)
“The Harm “ChemSex” Is Causing The Gay Community” August (2020)
“The Unwanted Byproduct Of Ketamine Therapy Is Addiction” August (2020)
“The Cast Alignment Model” August (2020)
“Why Treatment For Addiction Doesn’t Work For Some Addicts” July (2020)
“The Covid-19 Pandemic Is Causing More Substance Abuse” July (2020)
“Life After Addiction” July (2020)
“The Top 5 Reasons We Hear People Say Why They Can’t Go To Treatment” July (2020)
“The Positive “Consequences” of Attending An Outpatient Program” June (2020)
“LUNA Evening IOP: Treatment Access From A Clinician’s Perspective” June (2020)
“LGBTQ: Addiction, Alcoholism, and Recovery” June (2020)
“Medication Assisted Treatment” May (2020
“Finding Inner Peace In Times Of Stress” April (2020)
“Coping With Isolation” April (2020)

“Getting Honest About Relapsing” April (2020)
“Staying Sober In The Age of The Coronavirus” March (2020)
“Why So Many People Make Resolutions To Get Sober In the New Year” January (2020)
“How Do I Know If Someone Is Struggling With Addiction?” January (2020)
“When Is A Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) Appropriate?” December (2019)
“The Top 8 Benefits To Quitting Drugs And Alcohol” December (2019)
“How To Stay Sober Through The Holidays” November (2019)
“Is Marijuana Good For Anxiety?” October (2019)
“Is Meth An Epidemic In The Gay Community?” October (2019)
“4 Reasons Behind Fentanyl’s Deadly Rise In Popularity” October (2019)
“The Myth Of Going Away to Get Sober” August (2019 )
“Can Taking Medication Alone Fix Anxiety and Depression?” August (2019)
“5 Unexpected Ways To Engage In Self-Care” August (2019)
“10 Ways To Know If You Are Struggling With Addiction” August (2019)
“6 Ways Not To Enable Someone Who Is Self Sabotaging” July (2019)
“The 5 Different Forms of Social Anxiety” July (2019)
“4 Myths Why Marijuana Is Good For You” July (2019)
“5 Ways To Stay Sober This Summer (After Getting Out Of Rehab)” July (2019)
“You Don’t Need to Be Rich to Get Sober in Beverly Hills” June (2019)
“5 Most Common Solutions For Depression” June (2019)
“6 Top Ways To Maintain A Program Of Recovery” May (2019)
“Asking For Help Is Not Enough” April (2019)
“Top Ten Reasons Why West Hollywood Is The Destination For Recovery” March (2019)
“Trying to Forgive Myself” May (2017)
Contributing Editor: Sensitive Skin Magazine
“The National Guard Have Been Deployed” June (2020)
“Sixty” August (2018)
“I’m Starving”
January (2016)
“I’m Starving” (Print) Number 13, November (2015)
“Looking Back: Anxiety’s Greatest Hits” November (2013)
“Looking Back: Anxiety’s Greatest Hits” (Print) Number 10 (2013)
“Staying Present” Out Of The Gutter, December (2016)
“Prison Bitch” Out Of The Gutter, May (2015)
« Elle s’appelait Martha, je crois » Bookalicious, February (2015)
“Won’t You Be My Neighbor” The Telegram Review, October (2013)
“Think Her Name Was Martha” Sparkle & Blink, 42 (2013)
JINETERO Author Jorge Navarro, eBook: Muy Nice Digital (2014)

“Writing Your Way To Recovery” (with James Brown) Talk Recovery Radio, August (2021)
Patrick O’ Neil, former bank robber, ex-junkie and author of “Gun, Needle, Spoon.” rehab confidential, August (2020)
“Episode 12 with Patrick O’Neil” The Adulting Well Podcast, April (2019)
“Episode 3 – Patrick O’Neil” Sensitive Skin Magazine Podcast, Febraury (2019)
“Patrick O’Neil 093” Writing Daily, June (2018)
“Interview Podcast with Patrick O’Neil, by Todd Taylor” Razorcake, August (2017)
“Patrick O’Neil reads excerpts from Gun, Needle, Spoon” Gorsky Press, August (2015)
“Interview with Patrick O’Neil” Coffee with Alice, August (2014)
“Something’s Wrong” Gorsky Press, October (2012)
“Voices On Addiction: A Conversation with James Brown and Patrick O’Neil” The Rumpus, July (2021)
“’More Transparency Can Only Help The Recovery Field’ With Patrick O’Neil” Thrive Global, September (2018)
“’More Transparency Can Only Help The Recovery Field’ With Patrick O’Neil” Authority Magazine (, September (2018)
“Gun, Needle, Spoon” Snowflakes in a Blizzard, September (2018)
“From Guns and Needles to Recovery and Redemption” Keys To Recovery, June (2018)
“One Question: Patrick O’Neil” Hypertext Magazine, April (2017)
“My Greatest Struggles as a Writer” Writing Issues, Huffington Post, March (2017)
“Q&A With Patrick O’Neil by Seth Fischer” Angel’s Flight – Literary West, March (2017)
“Advice I Give” Writing Issues, Huffington Post, February (2017)
“Working with an Editor Who Didn’t Like Me” Writing Issues, Huffington Post, February (2017)
“Addiction Recovery Literature Including How To And Memoirs – Part 2” Single and Sober, February (2017)
“How I Deal With Rejection” Writing Issues, The Huffington Post, January (2017)
“The Surprising Benefits of Being a Writer” Writing Issues, The Huffington Post, December (2016)
“Gun Needle Spoon” Last-Door Society, Talk Recovery Radio, August (2016)
“An Interview with Patrick O’Neil” Dzanc Books, October (2015)
“The Regeneration of Patrick O’Neil” Curbside Splendor Publishing, July (2015)
“Prison Saved Punk Rock Addict” San Francisco Chronicle, July (2015)
“Book Notes – Patrick O’Neil ‘Gun, Needle, Spoon'” Largehearted Boy, July (2015)
“The Sunday Rumpus Interview: Patrick O’Neil” The Rumpus, July (2015)
“Roadie+Junkie+Robber = Author” Life Elsewhere, WMNF 88.5, June (2015)
“TNB Self-Interview” The Nervous Breakdown, June (2015)
“Gun, Needle, Spoon” Shelf Unbound, June (2015)
“Patrick O’Neil – Gun Needle Spoon” Book Talk, Breakthru Radio, May (2015)
“Writing Process Blog Tour” Full Blue Moon Dementia, September (2014)
“Heroin” Life Elsewhere, WMNF 88.5, February (2014)
“Patrick O’Neil, Author, Filmmaker” Lunch Ticket, Winter/Spring Issue (2014)
“Life After Punk” Life Elsewhere, WMNF 88.5, September (2013)
“Villains” Life Elsewhere, WMNF 88.5, May (2013)
“Heroin, Love, Bank Robberies, Dysfunctional Relationships, and Jail” Elizabeth A. White (2013)
“The Next Big Thing: Self-Interview” Full Blue Moon Dementia, February (2013)
“memory and memoir from under the shadows of heroin” Non-Profit Nook, January (2013)
Video Readings
“Girls On Girls” Lunch Ticket, Winter/Spring Issue (2014)

“The YAA Girlz and the Deadly Sparks” Coachella Review, Spring Issue (2010)

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Film Apperances
“Buried In The Mix” Starling Cinema, Dir. Timothy Crandle (2016)

It Just Gets Darker…  ON-X, five-song EP/CD, written, composed, performed, and recorded in collaboration with guitarist Stephen Salit (2008)

“Patrick O’Neil – Gun, Needle, Spoon” SoberWorx, June (2018)
“Alumnus Profile” Common Thread, Antioch University, December (2015)
“Patrick O’Neil” Amazon, November (2015)
“Artist Corner: Patrick O’Neil” Little Thunder Films, April (2014)
“Author Profile” GoodReads, (2008)
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