Chelsea Martin

Chelsea Martin lives in Oakland, CA in a motel, prepares eggs a certain way, is hungry now that she said that, and struggles alone through unclear emotional experiences. “Why does everyone act sarcastic about my mood?” “It’s just so easy.” She has a friend and a different friend and then other friends, which seems like a lot, but she doesn’t really know, you know, what to say about that. I don’t know, should I keep going?

Wigger Chick


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December 7th, 2009 / 1:50 am

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eric yahnker googled something then googled something else then wrote a book with his foot

Selected Reading

Selected Reading (Nausea)

Eric Yahnker is an artist who was recently interviewed on Fecal Face and is very cool and funny and incidentally has a literary fixation. His philosophy on art: Jasper Johns (circa 1965): “Take an object. Do something to it. Do something else to it.” Current: “Google something. Google something else. Photoshop it.”
He has a degree in journalism. READ MORE >

Uncategorized / 13 Comments
September 5th, 2009 / 4:32 am

I bet he’d do your book cover instead of spending time with a friend or lover

Nick Shively

Random / 8 Comments
August 15th, 2009 / 5:37 pm

baby htmlgiant

found all these “so cute” baby photos, figured i’d post them. figured “why not.”

baby blake butler

baby blake screaming lyrics to happy birthday

baby jimmy chen

little jimmy chen chen listening to berenstein bears book on tape


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June 29th, 2009 / 3:28 am

hi speed wireless seeks loving relationship

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Technology / 29 Comments
May 23rd, 2009 / 5:00 pm

Harmony Korine is very adorable while on drugs


I read A Crackup at the Race Riots a couple months ago, after Kevin Sampsell recommended it to me, and I thought it was pretty okay. Harmony calls it a novel but it’s more like typed-up excerpts from a journal, half-funny jokes about celebrities, a few pages like the ‘hepburn’ one that letterman mentioned, and some drawn-on photos.

I mean, I like it. It’s great. I bought it for thirty dollars, I think.
That’s a lot for a paperback. Plus shipping.
I keep it on the part of my bookshelf with all the books I really like. But I don’t open it as often as I open other books.

Here is something Harmony said in an interview:

A bouncer at a strip-club was standing next to a stripper with a balloon. I popped the balloon and he flipped out. So I started provoking the guy. He smashed me in the face, so I picked up a trashcan and went to throw it at his head, but it was chained to a light-post.

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May 8th, 2009 / 4:42 am

Brandon Gorrell is holding an embarrassing contest at his blog.


from brandon’s blog

here are the contest guidelines:
work must be fiction, 300 – 5000 words
entry deadline is friday may 15, 2009
submit in the body of an email to brandongorrell[at] with ‘contest’ in the subject heading
paypal your entry fee/ agree to mail cash or check to mailing address provided at the same time as submitting your story. stories without entry fees will not be considered

I think it’s sort of tacky that Brandon is doing this. I know he just lost his job at the BBQ Café and probably needs money. I don’t know. It doesn’t seem like a worthwhile investment for anybody. Aren’t there are other more concrete things to do with your money? And if you win you get a copy of Brandon’s book? It reminds me of the bratty girls in elementary school who would tell me I could come over to their house after school if I did their homework for them. Like, cool, great, thank you. Do you also want seven dollars?

Contests / 225 Comments
May 1st, 2009 / 2:38 am