Yesterday's Magazette

December 1, 2011

Yesterday’s Magazette Winter 2011-12 Edition

The new winter 2011-12 issue of Yesterday’s Magazette is now awaiting your reading pleasure. Click pages on left.

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As always, I welcome your comments.

Have a super holiday season, and always be kind to one another. It may catch on.

Take  care,

Ned

E. P. Ned Burke (YM editor)

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August 6, 2011

Personal Essays of The Past Wanted

Personal Essays Of The Past Wanted

Hi, folks:

Ned Burke here.

As the editor of Yesterday’s Magazette, “The  Original Magazine of Memories Since 1973,” I get to read and publish many personal essays about the past. And I never tire reading your memories. I’ll be working on our winter issue next; so some great holiday stories would be most welcome.

So feel free to send me your favorite holiday story now. It’s fun to look back.

In fact, right now, I think many of us would like to be living in the past again. Right?

Anyway, read our guidelines and then send your story to yesterdaysmagazette@gmail.com.

In a few weeks our new YM fall 2011 issue will be live right here. Don’t miss it!

Oh, and check out our printed and digital editions at http://www.yesterdaysmagazette.magcloud.com

 

August 1, 2009

Get Ready! YM Fall Issue Goes Live Sept. 1

Hello, folks:

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Ned Burke here welcoming you to Yesterday’s Magazette.

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(Here  I am in 1973 pasting up the very first edition of Yesterday’s Magazette.)

Contributors often ask me what kind of stories and articles does YM want.

Our Guidelines For Submissions at right is a good starting point. But in addition to personal essays, I’d like to see some general interest articles on such topics as:

*YESTERDAY’S OBJECTS – Samples: old toys, cars, clothes, collectible items, whatever.

* YESTERDAY’S FADS – Samples: the Hula-Hoop, short-shorts, hair styles like the Jackie Kennedy look, the flattop, D.A., you name it.

* YESTERDAY’S TV SHOWS/STARS – Samples: The Show of Shows, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Ed Sullivan, Colgate Comedy Hour, etc.

*YESTERDAY’S MOVIES/STARS – Samples: Citizen Kane, Rebel Without A Cause, Gone With The Wind, etc.

* YESTERDAY’S COMEDY TEAMS – Samples: Laurel and Hardy, Martin and Lewis, Abbott and Costello, etc.

These are a few ideas off the top of my head. I’m sure you can come up with a lot more.

So, in this time of economic and world uncertainty, why not return with me to Yesterday?

Right now, on my desk, I have a sign that reads: “Live in the past; it’s cheaper!”

Very true. But I’ve found that visiting the past can be a lot of fun as well.

So join me in YM’s goal of preserving our yesterdays for tomorrow’s generations.

Well, that’s it for now. As always, I look forward to your comments.

E. P. Ned Burke

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July 15, 2008

Look For Our Next Issue Coming Soon!

The YM Train of Memories Has Arrived!

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Look for these stories:

3 – The Government’s Babies

4 – The Survivors

5 – A Bonding Memory

6 – One Day In May

7 – Veni, vidi, vici!

8 – Town Museum Holds Family History

9 – The Fearsome Book Lady

10 – The Poppies of The Field

11 – Special Yarn Blossoms

… and much more!

(*We’ve set up our E-zine much like our old printed version of YM. On the left, you can start with the FRONT PAGE and click your way down through the numbered pages to the BACK COVER, or skip around. It’s up to you. Enjoy! We welcome COMMENTS. And don’t forget to subscribe. It’s FREE!)

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Spring Is In The Air!

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Listen up all you nostalgia buffs! Yesterday’s Magazette, “The Original Magazine of Memories,” founded in 1973, is now online at two locations. You can cozy up to this site or go to our domain name site by clicking the link above or, better yet, surf each site to double your reading pleasure.

Both websites are set up like our old printed version of YM. So it’s easy to navigate. Start with the FRONT PAGE of the current issue and click your way through the numbered pages to the BACK PAGE, or skip around. It’s up to you. Enjoy!

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