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“Download PRIMITIVE CONJURATIONS for FREE!!!”

Starting today, you can download PRIMITIVE CONJURATIONS – LIES FOR ART AND LIVING for FREE!!! But this is a limited time offer! You only have FIVE DAYS to act, and then this offer will SELF DESTRUCT! (It will probably look … Continue reading

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“Gold Bug!” by Richard F. Yates

Had this little thing crawl across a table yesterday. It would sit still, so this is the clearest photo I could get, but I thought it was cool. —Richard F. Yates

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PRIMITIVE CONJURATIONS – LIES FOR ART AND LIVING by Richard F. Yates

My new book is final out and ready for human consumption!!! It’s part absurdist sci-fi social critique AND part outsider art manifesto! The book chronicles the misadventures of a fictional art collective who are attempting to promote creativity and individual … Continue reading

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SHARKEY AND THE JABBERWOCK – Chapter 3 – “Alice” by Richard F. Yates

[Leaving Detective Sharkey for a bit, it’s time to introduce the OTHER hero for this story. You might remember her from a certain adventure she had down a rabbit hole—but she’s changed a bit since she was a kid… —RFY] … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 102: Play Ball, Snoopy”

After the unrelenting brutality and almost tedious depression of 1984, I needed something FUN to cleanse my pallet. I went with a Chuck Schulz collection. Charles Schulz – Play Ball, Snoopy (1973/1974) This book is a reprint collection, not just … Continue reading

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SHARKEY AND THE JABBERWOCK – Chapter 2 – “Sharkey’s Schlocky Origins” by Richard F. Yates

[Sharkey’s adventures continue!!!! But FIRST, a little backstory… (If you haven’t read the first chapter, yet, go HERE and check it out!) —RFY] Detective Sharkey was a good dog. Everyone on the force knew it, but especially Jensen and Schitt, … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 101: 1984”

“Read a Damn Book – 101: 1984” With the current political horror that the United States is mired in, along with the ubiquity of two-way video technology, I think it’s time we revisit a literary classic, a WARNING against the … Continue reading

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