Yesterday's Magazette

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Tears are still running down my cheeks after reading “Jimmy Was No Saint.”

Thanks for sharing this wonderful story.

Marion Tickner

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Ned, I’m so glad to see that YM is back! Many years ago, you printed one of my stories about tossing cans into a neighbor’s yard. I was thrilled to see it in print…and I’ve gone on to become a freelance writer since then, and make a huge move to the hinterlands (Minnesota)!

I’m glad to have found YM again!

Natalie Miller Rotunda

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I am proud that you will be able to use one of my stories.  Thank you for reading and accepting my work.

Glenda Barrett

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HI… a writer friend of mine sent me the address site for Yesterday’s Magazette…and he said he was sure I would enjoy it…and I am … and will even more. There is a LOT to enjoy…and I plan to. You are a very busy man … I look forward to doing more checking out of your other links. I also plan to submit a story or two to YM and maybe include some photos. That would be fun.

Mary Tracy  (Appleton WI)

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I loved the voice and the magical feel of the “Dog Days of Summer” story. Although her brother was cured medically I thoroughly believed in the story’s power too.

Fascinating.

N. Bernitt

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You have done your usual careful and professional job of editing; it’s a delightful read. I have to admit I’m jealous of your internet capabilities.

Ruth Brookshire, Weeds Corner

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Yesterday’s Magazette: It’s fun and classy.

Marjorie North, Society Editor for Sarasota Herald-Tribune

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