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“Behind the Blinds” by Richard F. Yates

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“Read a Damn Book – 120: Ghost Stories”

Here’s a book I found in a “closeout” bin at I Like Comics in Vancouver, Washington, USA. Marilee Hord & Lynn Adair (eds.) and others – Ghost Stories (1995) There once was a time when Dark Horse Comics (famous for … Continue reading

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“Gumshoe or Two (New Pulp Revival 002)” by Richard F. Yates

[Chapter two of NEW PULP REVIVAL has FINALLY arrived! (When I worked at the college, we called it “writing avoidance,” where a person does just about ANYTHING rather than sit down and put words on paper…I even vacuumed the couch … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 086: Last of the Independents”

Here is a weird little book that I’d never heard of until it was given to me by a friend, Mr. John O’Brien. It was written by Matt Fraction, who is a well-known comic writer, NOW, but this is a … Continue reading

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“Open and Shut Case” by Richard F. Yates

The case was open and shut! The Shampoo Bottle was murdered by The Ketchup. We had the smoking gun—HOWEVER, Detective Skipwilly suspected that The Ketchup might have been a mere doop, an innocent victim of a brainwashing plot who was … Continue reading

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“Moonless Night” by Richard F. Yates

Dog barks. Wall (wet, outside.) Raining. Is it raining? Shadows move. Doors creak then slam. A laugh. (Almost a whisper.) Scream. Silence. A high pitched laugh, diminishing, as a woman’s figure runs wildly into the night. —Richard F. Yates

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