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“The Gullible Bouncer” by Richard F. Yates

Bouncer:  “Hey! You can’t chew gum in here! You’ll have to spit it out or leave!” Patron:  “This is prescription peppermint!” Bouncer:  “Okay then, but no sharing!” —Richard F. Yates

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“There were Four of Them, Officer (And I Think I Love Them All…)” by Richard F. Yates

1. The vital instinct. Hardly any leaves left (which means they stayed…) Partly to blame for the event were the sickening lights that blindeded ed the on-lookers (and look-onners, though there were fewer of those.) That night the fog… “What … Continue reading

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“A Very Short Play (Fink from the Future)” by Richard F. Yates

Fink – “Don’t drive over that man in the road!” Brukka – “Why not? He seems unclean.” Fink – “I fear that he’s me from the future.” Brukka – “Then I’ll drive around him.” Fink – “Oh, never mind. It’s … Continue reading

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“The Night Eyes – A Micro Play” by Richard F. Yates

Characters— Harriet: a human female Porter: a human male Voices: mostly unseen The Beast: a non-human entity [The woods, night; a fire crackles while Harriet and Porter sit in folding chairs near a tent. Outside of the glow from the … Continue reading

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