Scott McClanahan: Now on Wikipedia!
dad sense, and the other half comes from his sheer perseverance. Out of Scott
McClanahan’s mind has come some of the best books that Alt Lit or modern literature
in general. Thanks to Scott McClanahan’s valiant as fuck efforts, he has become
a truly celebrated authored with good reason. People across the relevant
blog-o-sphere enjoy his work. What’s more, Scott McClanahan’s readings match
the intensity of his prose. For the few fortunate enough to witness his work
firsthand his reading style verges on the spiritual. Audience members who have
seen Scott McClanahan read in person comment on his effective, persuasive
more books are due to come out of Scott McClanahan’s mind. Until then though
there is a Wikipedia page dedicated to the affable chap. Wikipedia knows how
important Scott McClanahan is to the greater online literary movement. To date
few have written about West Virginia with the degree of clarity that Scott
McClanahan brings to the table. Indeed the table is set with Scott McClanahan’s
books. Other books are mere appetizers to the hefty full-bodied hickory smoke
flavor of Scott McClanahan’s work. Bloggers
have covered him extensively, real big blogs like The New York Times who really
digs his work and offered up the highest praise to his work.
Wikipedia page can ever capture the enrapturing spirit of Scott McClanahan in
person. Beach Sloth met Scott McClanahan once. They talked about dad things,
Arby’s, Members Only Jackets, and of course their children. Parents love
talking about their children. During the conversation Beach Sloth thanked Scott
McClanahan for purchasing way over-sized Beach Sloth T-shirts. Apparently the
biggest sizes of the Beach Sloth T-shirt double as Muumuus. To date Beach Sloth
does not own any of his own T-shirts via the poverty-stricken lifestyle.
Instead Beach Sloth spends money on food, water, shelter, and the basics.
McClanahan pretty much rocks the online and offline lifestyle. Few can
translate themselves into both media forms. Many find themselves having to pick
between the two. Both are fine places to reside. Dads have a hard time being on
the Internet. Some parents like Beach Sloth choose to put their children online
in a failed attempt to keep track of them. Unfortunately Beach Sloth’s children
are mostly terrible at social media though they are learning. Thankfully Scott
McClanahan rules at all of the above: great writer, great father, and great
friend. Beach Sloth is proud to have met Scott McClanahan, is happy that Scott
McClanahan rocks the online life, and hopes to meet him again sometime soon.