Gary Moshimer


Location Stevens, Pa.
Occupation Respiratory Therapist
Website http://

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Susan Tepper – Feb 17, 2011

I hate to be annoying (but I'm so good at it) but what happened to Model, did it get picked up by a mag? I'm in love with that story, woke up with it on my brain.

Kathy Fish – Nov 14, 2010

To me, the dialogue accomplished it all, characterization and plot, setting, etc. Stupid editors. ;-)

Sly V. Rourke – Sep 05, 2010

Hey GM, thanks for checking out "My Sweet Warrior." Quite happy to hear you liked it. I need to read me some more GM in the coming weeks. I look fwd to your WR piece. Let me know when it hits.

Linda Simoni-Wastila – Jul 21, 2010

Gary, thanks so much for reading Survivor -- appreciate the kind words and fav. It's a story too near and dear to my heart. Peace...

David Erlewine – Mar 06, 2010

Big congrats on Word Riot. You going to be in the March 15th issue? Yeah, Kevin O'Cuinn is a beast.

Julie Innis – Jan 04, 2010

re. Erlewine's last comment: I'm in the fetal position right now after reading "Birdman." so good. off to read more Moshimer.

David Erlewine – Dec 22, 2009

Reality imitating art? Your wall post made me (on an 0-78 run with SLQ) want to curl up in the fetal position. Okay, it's not an exact imitation. I am reaching up to type this from th floor..

David Erlewine – Dec 22, 2009

I can certainly believe you're in there, but I know exactly what you mean. The ending of your story made me want to curl up in the fetal position. The ", too" line at the end was perfection.

David Erlewine – Dec 22, 2009

"Pubes still on the sheets, but we couldn't sleep anyway, with the drug deals going down in the hallway."

You had me at hello. Damn fine story in SLQ.

Meg Pokrass – Dec 06, 2009

Thank you for saying you love the way my mind works. I wish I did! ha! That was such a nice thing to say.

David Erlewine – Oct 30, 2009

Gary, thanks for commenting/faving the miscarriage excerpt. Confidence-building, for sure. I've been staying up all night for weeks writing it seems. I crashed last night - 9 hours of solid z's. Ready to jump back on the novel tonight.

David Erlewine – Oct 06, 2009

hey, thanks g, glad you liked my tracy chapman piece. indeed, man, that timothy raymond piece is great. read it again this morning. i look to see more from him.

Meg Pokrass – Oct 05, 2009

Hi, Gary. I like your work a lot!

David Erlewine – Oct 05, 2009

nice to be in writers' bloc with ya. my friends prefer your story over mine. thanks bud, a lot.

Doug Bond – Oct 03, 2009

Hi, and welcome. I've been enjoying your work here so much.

David Erlewine – Oct 02, 2009

nice re monkeybicycle. post some new work in the workshoppy group, ya know once the naut starts working again.

Timothy Gager – Sep 30, 2009

Those are my kids...Keg I and Keg 2.

Tara Laskowski – Sep 28, 2009

Oh good! I'm glad you're feeling it. It's a really great story. An awesome conflict. Good luck!

David Erlewine – Sep 07, 2009

ha! i was just posting on your story only to hit send and find the story no longer existed. so many great lines (the amusement/wad of gum, etc.). the opening was great - image of the surgeon working with his eyes closed. so scary.

David Erlewine – Sep 03, 2009

(laugh)

so that's why I like your stories!

Gary Moshimer – Sep 03, 2009

thanks, I am a funny creep.

David Erlewine – Sep 03, 2009

"She asked me to strangle her and I almost didn’t let up in time."

One of the funniest, creepiest lines I've read. Nicely done.

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