Monthly Archives: September 2013

“Back to Work” by Richard F. Yates

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“Older Than We’ve Ever Been” by Richard F. Yates

My younger daughter, Elvis, turns 16 today, but has a cold and isn’t looking forward to school. She is decidedly grouchy. Her mom asked her if she felt different today, now that she’s 16, and she made an unhappy face … Continue reading

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“Civilization Kills” by Richard F. Yates

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“Synth Punks” by Richard F. Yates

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“Late Night T.V. is Dead” by Richard F. Yates

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“Honk?” by Richard F. Yates

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“Journey to the Underworld” by Frankie Yates

Bjarndyr Ullac was a farmer in his country of Dalot, with his wife, Gernotte, and his two sons, Guilledou and Guinder. Farmers in Dalot, more often than not, had large extended families, and Bjarndyr was no exception. Among his extended … Continue reading

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