2020 has been a very trying year for humanity. In addition to a barely-checked viral contagion and widespread economic distress, the usual cavalcade of Dear Leaders are doing exactly what they do best: oppressing and dividing the rest of us. These stories and poems are meant to humorously talk truth about power and its misuse. From an orange-haired Wendigo to an Asian Dictator, from CEOs to demons to feline overlords - this wide-ranging collection touches on all manner of oblivious villainy.
As another contentious American Presidential Election comes to a close, many of us could use a humorous respite and the reminder that our problems are not new or different, just oppression's same old song. Take a break with these clever tales and remember that the things we worry about today will pass and new ones will emerge. This collection will take you to the next screen.
Featuring original stories and poems by Cathy Adams, Daniel Ausema, Eric Avedissian, Paul L. Bates, Jane Blanchard, Ben Boegehold, Warren Brown, Jim Courter, Devo Cutler, Derek Des Anges, Buzz Dixon, Katrina Dybzynska, Mike Ekunno, Louis Evans, Robert Morgan Fisher, Andrea Goyan, N.E. Griffin, Lauren Stoker, Jill Hand, Langley Hyde, Will Isenberg, Andrew Jensen, John H. Kalin, J.J.J. Kearns, Richard Lau, Kate Maxwell, Teresa Milbrodt, Lena Ng, Peter Ntephe, Mark Nutter, Nicole M. Pyles, Jim Robb, Jeff Seeman, Margaret S. E. Smith. Guest editor E. E. King joins this illustrious group as well as in-house authors Dan M. Kalin and Sarah M. Kalin.
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