Photo by Natale Shale

Photo by Natale Shale

Hi, I’m Endless Meghan and I write things.

You’re probably wishing you could ask me, “Where did the ‘Endless’ come from?”. I usually make people guess, but since you’re kind enough to be reading this I’ll tell you. As a kid I had a giant lady crush on Endless Mike Hellstrom from The Adventures of Pete and Pete, so I changed my Myspace handle and suddenly it became a household name. Okay, not household, but it worked to distinguish between the Meghans at the job I had at the time.

Anywho… here’s a bit about me…

A decade in Los Angeles has seen me bartend, manage two movie theaters, serve celebrities at the Hollywood Bowl, wrangle wigs and props for a show about Christopher Walken, total a car, have my heart broken numerous times, and finally find my home among a community of DIY artists, musicians, and writers. This community is where I was finally able to settle into my art and launch a publishing company, 2121 Books, and take a stab at booking shows and events.

I wrote about the two things I love doing most – writing and publishing.


The first story I ever wrote was a fan-fiction about the 1985 movie The Dream Team. I fell head over handlebars in love with Michael Keaton, but adored his on-screen relationship with Lorraine Bracco, so I wrote a story where he had a son who was my friend… dreams of a 9-year-old.

I continued to write through high school – short stories, longer stories, and classic teenage angst poetry.

Since those early days, I’ve been in a mosh pit wrapped in fabric; gone for a ride in a '79 Oldsmobile with a guy looking like a cross between Jeffrey Lee Pierce and King Buzzo; marched on the 101 Freeway with protesters; helped a woman move out while her abusive boyfriend was at work; watched cars blow up; and cried in the arms of friends. Through it all, writing has been my constant.

And through that constant, I’ve received a forest fire's worth of rejection letters, but I did receive one acceptance email for my story "Cherry, Mulberry, Bordeaux" on the blog, Mixtape Methodology.

Recently, I was invited by my friends at Playtime Posse to write about our favorite local band, Manhattan Murder Mystery. The response to this piece ranged from smiles to tears as the emotions poured from long time and new fans, which has inspired me to continue writing about bands (check out my blog for a review of Russians with Rabbits).

On July 23rd 2016, during a gathering in the Echo Park living room I share with three roommates, I released my first book, Last Chance for a Slow Dance: Little Joy


Endless Meghan at the Frogtown Flea Market.

Endless Meghan at the Frogtown Flea Market.


In early 2016, a former boarding house turned communal house in Pico-Union gave its tenants notice to vacate as the building had been sold and slated for renovations. While sitting on the front steps with R Casacas, we commiserated about this life of constant temporary homes, the lack of security, and how our families do not understand our lives. This was the moment 2121 Books got its name.

On June 25th 2016, 2121 Books officially launched at the Frogtown Flea Market selling zines, buttons, and a promotional poem for Last Chance for a Slow Dance.

My objective with 2121 Books is to produce books and zines created by artists of the DIY community with no specific genres in mind; only silenced ideas and voices. I have been told several times "Your writing is good, but there isn't a market for what you write.", so I created one.

Less than a year old, 2121 Books has produced four zines and two books available at the 2121 Books store.  

We're also proud to announce 2121 Books will be present at this year’s L.A. Zine Fest. I'll be there with Poni Melange* slinging our zines, including her long awaited Rap Girl coloring book! 

*Because this is my site and I'm the boss, I can do this. Poni is an amazing human and writer I am beyond honored to support and publish. You must buy her zine.