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“Read a Damn Book – 138: Junji Ito’s Cat Diary: Yon & Mu”

Here’s another book that was suggested by my older daughter, Frankie, and her husband, Alec. They know I’m a fan of Junji Ito (I have a hard time shutting up about Museum of Terror, which is one of my favorite, freaky, … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 137: The Defenders – Marvel Masterworks Volume 3”

In preparing for this review, I reread the first two volumes of The Defenders – Marvel Masterworks, (which I’ve already reviewed: 1 and 2), and then I read Volume 3 twice. The reason I did all this extra reading is because I wanted to … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 136: The Sandman – The Doll’s House”

I’ve been a fan of mythology and monsters since I was a little kid. My grandma, when I was about six years old, bought me a couple volumes of The Little Golden Book Encyclopedia set, and luckily for me, “mythology” was one … Continue reading

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“The Passage of Time” by Richard F. Yates

I can observe—but I can’t seem to stop it. I can capture tiny bits of it, in journals and photographs, but they immediately become fiction…fantasy… And band played on… —Richard F. Yates [Image is a digital drawing, 2019.]

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“Robots are Taking Control” by Richard F. Yates

Saturday, 9 Feb. 2019. I worked last night, delivering pizzas in the snow and rain. I had one delivery up Columbia Heights Road (in Longview, WA, USA,) my second delivery of the night, and this road goes WAY up… It … Continue reading

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“Eyeball Lollipops” by Richard F. Yates

Most people started feeling weird a day or two before THEY arrived. By Friday, it was as if everyone had been slipped several hits of acid. The skies appeared to swirl with lights and colors, walls and doors breathed, trees … Continue reading

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“Lincoln…” by Richard F. Yates

Lincoln waved at the girl who was passing by him on the street. He thought she was a friend who he’d known in high school, but when she turn towards him, he realized she was actually a three headed, slobbering, … Continue reading

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