Tag Archives: McElmurry

Anything I do is more a reflection of myself than the outside world.

You know what I hate. Pretty much the opposite of what I want at the time. If I’m driving slow and the driver behind me is impatiently on my ass then I hate them, and adversely, if a driver is … Continue reading

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In Defense of Ogling [1]

I’ve seen other men ogling women, and it can be a pretty contemptible thing. Mostly when a large age gap exists, like the 60-year-old gentleman looking at a questionably-legal teenager’s ass as she passes, following her ass with his eyes, … Continue reading

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On Being a Don Quixote

Most people that write are compelled to create. It doesn’t mean they’re the next Hemingway, or that you should care. It’s just they can. They’ve figured out a process. The words spin around their heads, an idea they want to … Continue reading

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I’ll ship anyone a chapbook I made “Everybody Suffers (Even Jesus and Rich People)…” if you message me your address. It has 3 stories and a couple poems and artwork stolen from Mark Gonzales (he inspired me to make the zine and I’m sure he’d ‘be down’ with the borrow). Its a limited 1st edition of 25 copies.

my email is mcelmurry78 [at] yahoo.com. It’s about 4500 words and has a 1st person story, 2nd person story, and a 3rd person story (two of them are only available throw this limited offer), and a couple poems.

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Beach Sloth gets William Gaddis’d

Beach Sloth is a critic (and writer) of a certain internet writing community. This certain internet writing community is often refered to as “alt-lit”, yet I prefer the title “internet literature” because “alt-lit” seems to refer to poets, writing misanthrope poetry, which I enjoy. If … Continue reading

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A list of things RE Skateboarding to work

1. I rolled into traffic after a bus passed and there was a car going 15 mph that had to slow down and called me, “dumbass” or worse. THANK YOU for slowing down and not running me over. I’ll be … Continue reading

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