Category Archives: micro-fiction

“Zooch Meets His Fate” (RMFM 14) by Richard F. Yates

After a life of cheating, stealing, lying, naughty language, murder, incest, and necromancy, at the age of 69, Zooch tripped while in line at a coffee shop and impaled himself on a young lady’s umbrella. Few attended the funeral, but … Continue reading

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“It Came from the Deep, Dark Ocean” (RMFM 12) by Richard F. Yates

Just west of Broken Ankle Point, from the channel that to this day allows huge tankers to exit the ocean and swim through the gap between Washington and Oregon, rose a gigantic red crab. It stood just offshore near the … Continue reading

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“Zooch Gets a Degree” (RMFM 11) by Richard F. Yates

Zooch paid a speed addicted grad student to finish his thesis, and graduated—just barely—with a degree in Business Administration…the most EVIL degree of them all. —Richard F. Yates

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“Announcement!” (RMFM 09) by Richard F. Yates

Don’t eat the brown shoes! —Richard F. Yates

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“Zooch Goes to Prom” (RMFM 08) by Richard F. Yates

There were only two survivors. —Richard F. Yates

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“The Psychic” (RMFM 07) by Richard F. Yates

Estaban predicted exactly when and where his sister, Carla, would be brutally murdered. He was off by 16 minutes and 11 feet, so his father cut him out of the will. —Richard F. Yates

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“Dinner” (RMFM 06) by Richard F. Yates

Don’t you hate it when dinner fights back? —Richard F. Yates

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