http://scpsandbox2.wikidot.com/absentmindednihilist - the Dog Days of Summer.
While I like the way that the Foundation deals with it, the core of the article doesn't do much for me. Maybe it's just a side-effect of reading lots of Gunnerkrigg Court, but Coyote demanding stories isn't particularly novel or interesting. Indeed, the whole "Coyote wearing a leather jacket and insisting on being called 'the Reverend'" is more ridiculous than interesting. If you played up that angle, it might work a bit better.
Also, unless it's central to the narrative, I would remove the parts about dog-fucking.
Fair enough. Fair enough.
Being called the Reverend: he's mocking the new religion that seems to have sprung up in his place, and he's got a lot of disdain for it. Also, it unsettles and confuses people, and that's what he's aiming for.
Funny that you say that about Gunnerkrigg Court: the other person who had read both GC and this draft absolutely loved it, so to each his own! I will admit GC's Coyote is very influential in how I wrote mine, so it'll probably differ from person to person whether it's a good homage or an unoriginal derivative.
In regards to the coyote-sex: in legends, this is a mythological figure whose dong would detach while he was sleeping and go search for people to fuck. I needed this Coyote to be utterly unsettling and unable to be trusted in anyway while still being a lot ridiculous as he is in the myths. I still might tone it down a bit, though.
And forgive me, but I'm having trouble parsing: what part of the article would you have me focus on? Sorry, thanks.
Oh, the sheer ridiculousness of it all. There are parts there (e.g. "what boon do you seek") that suggest that he's having trouble shaking his ideas of how people interact with gods/trickster spirits, and I think that that would be a good angle to play up some more.
Like, the "sermon" is exposition-by-way-of-word-salad-that-gods-do which doesn't do much for me anymore, and is pretty much covered by the interview, anyway. I wish that there was more evidence of him trying to work the new religion of Christianity, rather than just whining that no one likes him. Like, I think that Coyote who speaks in clashing, half-understood Christian terminology is far more unsettling (SCP-1982 comes to mind, albeit in an entirely different context) than one who just kvetches about people ignoring him.