It’s October 1st, and there’s a brand new issue of Wait(er) magazine out! If you’ve been following my blog, you already know I’ve been writing for this kick-ass magazine since July. I think this month’s article is probably my best yet — it came back with minimal revision notes and I take that as a good sign. Available in so many formats for your literary consumption, Wait(er) takes you behind the scenes of life as a service worker. So many amazing articles by talented writers for only $0.99!!
A little excerpt to perhaps entice you to purchase this month’s fabulous issue:
The first indication of his presence is the sound of plastic wheels screeching across the tiled floor. He drags a purple hard-shell suitcase with him everywhere he goes, presumably filled with the heads of his vanquished enemies. His approach triggers a drop in a well-trained barista’s stomach, opening a pit of dread. Resigned to their fate, the barista swallows hard and greets the man with visibly clenched teeth.
Read more and purchase your copy of the issue HERE.
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