Yesterday's Magazette

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Thanks for publishing Yesterday’s Magazette.  I’ve really enjoyed the articles.

Kathleen Brammall

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Wow! I just wandered around on your website and read your story about meeting Harry. Wonderful!

Laurence Harmon

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I subscribed to YM last night and will enjoy seeing subsequent issues. It’s a very special magazine. I’ve seen a few other memoir periodicals, but I haven’t seen any quite like this one.

Kirsten Russell

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Simply put, I love YESTERDAY’S MAGAZETTE.  Thank you for putting something like this out … there is nothing quite like it … a real treasure.  I eagerly anticipate each and every issue.  When it comes I wait till my family is safely tucked away upstairs for the night, get myself a big glass of iced tea, sit back and begin my walk down a nostalgic road that the younger generation does not know exists.

Beth Vick

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I’m delighted that my article, From the Porch Swing, was in your last issue.

Annie Laura Smith

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There are many great stories in your magazette. It will take some time to read all of them. Thanks for a great online magazine.

Dan Johnson

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I do enjoy your magazine.

Carol Greenberg

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Thank you very much for accepting my story.  I will look forward to seeing it in YM.

Brenda Kay Ledford

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I wanted to tell you that you certainly did a fine job in printing my  article. Not one error in it!  Thank you so much for publishing my work.

Glenda Barrett

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The format of your magazine is so elegantly designed (rivaling many of the print magazines in its layout) that it’s a joy to be part of your publishing history.

Richard Ong

Scarborough, ON, Canada

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Thanks for a great online magazine.

Daniel Johnson

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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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I grew up with Marion.  She always had a great imagination and even then was writing.  I enjoy reading some of her work and am proud that she has had it published in your magazine.

Mary G. Armstrong

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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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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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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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Yesterday’s Magazette is a great idea. I enjoyed reading it. I signed up for a free e-mail subscription.  Keep up the good work. I like the format because it reaches out to the people.

Joe Vojt

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The mag looks great – very professional.

Jim Bush

(Editor/Laurels Magazine WV)

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This YM website deserves a lot of readers. Thanks.

G. Davis

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Wonderful to read your heart-tugging story of Sad John. You caught and held me from the first sentence, made me feel the warmth of your protagonist.

Nadja Bernitt

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Always enjoyed your magazine. I will be contacting some other previous readers to let them know you are online and interested in submissions.

McClaren Davies

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Vol. 36 No. 3 – Yesterday’s Magazette – Fall – 2009

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2 Comments »

  1. Ned,
    I was so pleased to see my story in this (Fall 2009) issue of Yesterday’s Magazette. “My First Train Ride” I write under the name “Dade Cunningham” This is my second story to be published by you. First one was in the Jan/Feb 1998 issue “Volunteers Treated Like Stepchildren?” I have a couple of other memories I hope to send to you. I love Yesterday’s Magazette, hardcopy or online. It is the only magazine I take time to read. Thank you, Thank you.
    Vada N. Williams

    Comment by vada n. williams — September 2, 2009 @ 8:01 am | Reply

    • Thank you again. I look forward to the next issue of Yesterday’s Magazette
      Vada

      Comment by vada n. williams — September 2, 2009 @ 8:07 am | Reply


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