Monthly Archives: June 2013

“Lavender Dragon” by Richard F. Yates

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“Society” by A. P. Edwards (The A.P.E. Man)

Society Benton-Smith was born in 1909, the great-granddaughter of Zachariah Smith, the last slave to be sold through the horrible Weston Company in Baton Rouge before the Emancipation Proclamation had fully taken effect. And though Society has only been more … Continue reading

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“THAT Guy” by Richard F. Yates

I’m completely convinced at this point that my writing voice is a different person entirely from my speaking voice. Who is that guy? He cusses and sounds like an unscrupulous fellow—completely the opposite of my work-a-day persona. (And people like … Continue reading

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“Who Took My Razor?” by Richard F. Yates

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“Wrinkle Resist” by Al Dullton

Wrinkle resist is the primary property of grandparents that makes them refuse to bow to social or political pressures. —Al Dullton

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“Octopus on Leave” by Charlie Centipede

Octopus, on leave from the military, enjoyed himself in the casinos of a small coastal town in Oregon State. On his second day of leave, he attended a Humbug Convention, which was declared by all five attendees to be the … Continue reading

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“The Giant Arrived Too Early” by Richard F. Yates

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