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“Cyclops Bunny (In ‘The Weird Room’)” by Richard F. Yates

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“Zooplankton (With Attitude)” by Richard F. Yates

Chris was a bully, a thug, who didn’t give a flip about you or your kids or anything. He just floated around in the surf, doing whatever he damn well pleased—until he was “scared straight” by a near death experience … Continue reading

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“Creeper” by Richard F. Yates

Wanders the streets at night, no mouth, glowing red eyes. If you see it, hide and try not to make a sound. If it sees you, it’s already too late. (Ink and oil pastel on found cardboard with digital embellishments … Continue reading

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“Unanswered Questions (Cause Aura Erosion)” by Richard F. Yates

Worrying about politics, homelessness, religion, and whethere or not your favorite television show is going to be canceled can have serious detrimental effects on your psychic energy. Best to just get blasted drunk and forget about everything… —Richard F. Yates

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“Crooked in Life. Crooked in Death.” by Richard F. Yates

Watch for the signs… —Richard F. Yates

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“Faux-Leather Goblin” by Richard F. Yates

After several months of using this date book (admittedly, using it incorrectly), it somehow attracted a goblin. GOOD! Maybe now something interesting will come out of it! —Richard F. Yates

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“Lemon Boy” by Richard F. Yates

Life gave him a lemon for a head, and Lemon Boy eventually committed suicide by making himself into a giant vat of lemonade. (The local school children sold “Lemon Boy Suicide Juice” at a stand on the street corner for … Continue reading

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