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“Notes (On Transparency)” by Richard F. Yates

[I needed something to write myself a note on, but all I could find in the dark room was this transparency from the trash! —RFY] “We make sense thru stories. My fragments and nonsense, instead of providing complete narratives, provide … Continue reading

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“What Do We Actually Know About Zim Zam?” by Richard F. Yates

Zim Zam only appears in public in disguise. This is because he wears disguises when he goes out into public. Allow me to explain… lllll long lost lobsters lllll la la la… Zim Zam goes to the bank and stands … Continue reading

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