Endgame features 30 of today’s best writers and political thinkers taking a look forward at possible outcomes of our political decisions.
Humor and satire reign supreme in this collection. If you want to laugh, read Jim Wright’s "Bathroom Breakdown,” a side-splitting vision of Donald J. Trump at his best or follow the antics of a beleaguered Attorney General in Debora Godfrey’s work, “No Excuses” as he tries to convince the President that he has tried and convicted Hillary Clinton.
This collection has visions of a better world as well. In Paula Hammond’s “Fortunate Son,” we explore what kind of man Donald Trump might have become had he answered his country’s call and served alongside his fellow Americans in the Vietnam War.
Most of all Endgame will make you think, with thought-provoking essays by the likes of David Gerrold and Adam-Troy Castro as they seek to share their understanding of how this happened and what do will we do.
A significant portion of the proceeds of this book is donated to the ACLU of Washington to honor and support their unending quest for the freedom of the American people to express themselves.
The book is available in print and electronic media from Amazon.com.
Electronic ISBN-13: 978-1-949476-06-4
The book is priced at $5.99 for ebook and $12.25 for print. The book is published by B Cubed Press and can be followed on Twitter @BCUBEDBOB.
Foreword, Becky McFarland Kyle
Bathroom Breakdown, Jim Wright
The First Lady is Missing, Louise Marley
Waiting for Gustavo, DB Lipton
Tyrannus ab ultima Epistulae, Frédéric J.A.M. Poirier
The Ballad of Cadet Bone Spurs, Larry Hodges
Politics As Usual, K.G. Anderson
Act Three, David Gerrold
Stupid?, Adam-Troy Castro
Fortunate Son, Paula Hammond
Final Tweet, Nathan Ockerman
Hell’s Angel, Robert Walton
What is Hate?, Joyce Frohn
Beautocracy, Natalie Zellat Dyen
Alien Tweetstorm Apocalypse, Kurt Newton
I, Apparatchik, Philip Brian Hall
Democralypse, Bruce Golden
Exit, Stage Right, Daniel M. Kimmel
No Excuse, Debora Godfrey
Last Interview, Melinda LaFevers
All the Prez’s Men, Liam Hogan
The Train, Annie Percik
Once You Start, Mike Morgan
Babble, Charles Walbridge
America Once Beautiful, Gregg Chamberlain
Women March, Gwyndyn T. Alexander
Skin in the Game, Harold Gross
Passing on Fire, Joyce Frohn
The Great White Wall, Larry Hodges
Mr. President’s No Good, Lousy Day, Stephanie L. Weippert
The Nature of the Problem, Thomas A. Easton
Sanctuary for Those on Simmer, Sarah Bigham
Gold and Ivory, Cobalt Jade