“Morning Espresso at the Church of Me” Now Available!

Posted on: September 16th, 2011 by Anthony Rapino 12 Comments

Good friends and readers,

Issue #10 of Space Squid is now available for free download.  Within the fine pages of what they’re calling “The Bizarro Issue,” you’ll find my humble flash piece “Morning Espresso at the Church of Me.”

With all the new specialty coffee on the market–cafe latte mochachino what?–it’s only a matter of time before we bend the rules to deliver a truly unique blend.  Discover your new addiction inside the pages of Space Squid.

My story even has its very own illustration!

Don’t forget to read my table of contents entry, where you’ll find the “X-Men: First Class 60s event I Forrest Gumped.”  Confused?  So was I, but I managed to write something anyway.

Go forth and get bizarre.


[Edited for ridiculous typos I should have caught before posting.  I blame it on the brain slugs.]

12 Responses

  1. Indigo says:

    Wow! I knew you loved your coffee, just not exactly how much. ;P. Holy wow, to drink enough it’s a bloodline. (Hugs)Indy

    • Thanks, Indy! I’m surprised you didn’t call me out on the stupid errors I failed to catch (in the blog post). :-p

      • Indigo says:

        Maybe because I was stuck on the:

        “X-Men: First Class 60s event I Forrest Gumped.”

        Ah, hell I’m still stuck on it and very, very, confused.

  2. Holy crap, that was a fun read. Nice work. Ewwww.

    • Thanks, Milo! I especially appreciate the “ewwww.” 😀 I seem to go for that reaction more and more.

  3. EArroyo says:

    I’ll never look at coffee the same. LOL

  4. Cate Gardner says:

    Brilliant. Loved it. Although I’d probably worship at the Church of Tea being British.

    • Thanks, Cate. I’m so glad you liked it! 🙂 I think you just gave me an idea for the sequel.

  5. Hey, loved the story in Space Squid and we’d love to podcast it. Give us a ping if you’re interested!

  6. Laurita says:

    Great read!

    • Thanks! So glad you liked it.

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