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I don’t have much to post about today (but have promised myself that I would try to post something nearly every day). One thing of note, Right Hand Pointing has a new story by David Erlewine that certainly deserves to be read. It’s short, but a bit like a punch to the gut: Vague Recollection. The same issue has a great new poem by Howie Good. If you aren’t reading Howie Good, you should be. Seriously, folks.

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  1. Nate, that’s really cool of you to say. Thanks man. David

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  2. The story made me think of Richard Christian Matheson a bit.

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  3. I’ll have to check him out. I’m criminally and pathetically underread.

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  4. His dad, Richard Matheson, wrote a ton of Twighlught Zone episodes and I am Legend. The son writes these very short, very tough stories. The collection that hit me was called (I think) Scars and other distinguishing marks. I think that it is out of print, but worth searching out. Some of the stories have the effect of taking a pleasant walk and suddenly being hit in the gut with a sledge hammer.

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