Monthly Archives: February 2016

“Less Than a Feeling” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“When There Ain’t No Sun, Sometimes You Gotta be Your Own Light Source” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Feeding Him to It” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Rumination Time” by Richard F. Yates

Originally posted on Very Very Very Short Stories:
Laying on my back in the mud, the rain stinging my blackened eye, blood oozing from a busted lower lip, wallet gone, I couldn’t help but wonder… Did I leave the oven…

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“Incomplete Ghost” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Corrupted from Within” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Life” by Richard O’Brien

Originally posted on Very Very Very Short Stories:
One’s life is full of obstacles, depression, setbacks, disappointments, complete tragedies, incomplete tragedies, suffering, deeper depression, acute pain, chronic pain, addictions, even deeper depression, hernias, sickness, exploitation, injustice, inequality, delusional anticipation of…

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“Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard” by Richard O’Brien

Originally posted on Very Very Very Short Stories:
Julio took his last breath.  I took the rest.  Plus $1.85 and a neat arrowhead. —Richard O’Brien

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“(Untitled)” by Kristanna Eveland

Originally posted on Very Very Very Short Stories:
As I passed the mirror, I noticed my reflection and I were wearing different colored shirts. —Kristanna Eveland

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“Viper Johnson” by Richard F. Yates

Originally posted on Very Very Very Short Stories:
Viper Johnson owned a furniture store. At 38, he was unmarried, balding, and secretly hated his biker father for giving him a name that was far too macho for anyone to live…

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