Tuesday, March 20, 2012

trnsfr magazine 5---and it coincides with 500 days sober

 I wrote a story on November 6, celebrating the one year anniversary of my sobriety, which appeared today in trnsfr magazine, a day  which coincidentally has been exactly 500 days since the day I stopped.  The story is called Coffee Maker, a satire about a guy who takes a job as a coffee maker at an AA meeting that serves lousy coffee (Surprise! Surprise!). He brews such a tasty pot from beans he roasts himself that people from outside the fellowship begin to stop by for their morning cup and the meetings start to change because of it.  I hope you enjoy reading this story.



The rest of the contributors can be found here:
other
Ben Mirov Five Poems
Alexis Pope Three Poems
Yvette Johnson Taxis
Eric Amling Three Poems
Noelle Kocot Four Poems
W. Todd Kaneko Idaho
Brett Elizabeth Jenkins Three Poems
Linda Nemec Foster Two Poems
Paige Taggart Smother In Emu Milk
Russ Woods Soon Every Person Inside Me Will Die
Stephanie Barber Four Poems
Nathan Logan Songs with Snapping Are the Ones That Get Me
Purdey Kreiden Two Poems
Adam Moorad Three Poems

fiction
Lindsay Hunter Dallas
Armel Dagorn The Tom McGrath Weight Gain Program
J. A. Tyler The First Fox
Woody Evans Eyes Only
Hazel Foster Only Happiness and the Strawberried Lips
James O'Brien The Word, The Flesh
Brian Moll Setting Sail with Nodberger
Judson Hamilton Three Stories
James Tadd Adcox Break Their Teeth, O God, In Their Mouths, Break Out the Teeth of the Young Lions
Amanda Marbais Triads
Edmond Caldwell The Bridge
Timothy Gager Coffee Maker
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