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Meg Tuite, Misti Rainwater-Lites, 9/7/11



I’m Not Really a Waitress by Meg Tuite

You’re always pouring coffee?”
“Yeah, and drinking it, asshole.”
“What’s with the nametag?”
“Agnes is hot.”
“Okay, but the fucking hairnet?”
“So, what’ll be, sailor?”

Meg Tuite’s work has appeared in numerous journals. She is the fiction editor of The Santa Fe Lit Review and Connotation Press. She has a monthly column, Exquisite Quartet, at Used Furniture Review. Her collection, Domestic Apparition, is available at San Francisco Bay Press. Her blog: megtuite.wordpress.com


Frozen Fantasy by Misti Rainwater-Lites

He worked hard on my triple locked door.  There was something chilled yet bubbly behind there, waiting.  When I came it was February stars, falling.

Misti Rainwater-Lites is the author of Bullshit Rodeo (novel)
and Sloppy Mouth (full-length poetry collection). Misti’s newest
poetry collection, Expired Nickel Valentine, is forthcoming from
Goldfish Press. She maintains a blog at Chupacabra Disco.



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