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Mary Berman

Bridges

Published Apr 25, 2021 · 540 words (2 minutes) · 124 views

Satire Political border walls are stupid

It turns out The Wall – a ten-foot-high, two-foot-thick slab of iron-spiked, barbed-wire-topped concrete, spanning the border between the nations of Grattland and Niai – is not working. This is a humorous little ditty about how border walls are stupid.

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Artwork on the wall that separating Israel and Palestine.
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K.G. Anderson

Politics As Usual

Published Jul 25, 2020 · 966 words (4 minutes) · 589 views

Horror Science Fiction Political

As the national elections approach, “lone shooters” stage attacks in major cities. Then an obscure blogger notices a connection between the killings.

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K.G. Anderson

Bad Memories, 2032

Published Jul 25, 2020 · 686 words (3 minutes) · 514 views

Science Fiction Political

An all-too-plausible glimpse into our future, this story imparts a shiver of recognition, a twinge of grief, and — I hope — even a flash of empathy.

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K.G. Anderson

The Right Man for the Job

Published Jul 25, 2020 · 3,521 words (13 minutes) · 563 views

Fantasy Humor Historical Political ghost story

Democratic Party leaders are desperate. They hold a seance to summon the ghosts of journalist Molly Ivins, politician Adlai Stevenson II, and newscaster Walter Cronkite back from the afterlife to do something—anything!—about the current administration.

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Lucy Gabriel

Off the Menu

Published May 29, 2019 · 156 words (1 minute) · 603 views

Humor Literary Fiction Satire poetry politics Political brexit

This is an angry poem I wrote in response to Brexit.

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Featured November 28, 2018

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Grayson Bray Morris

To Save Fragile Things from the Pounding of Heavy Ages

Published Nov 27, 2018 · 1,752 words (7 minutes) · 4 likes · 952 views

Literary Fiction Science Fiction Political

Beth hosts a niche science show with a modest audience. When a representative from the National Office of Truth in Media (part of the president’s War on Misinformation) comes on board to help edit scripts, ratings soar. But she soon realizes this help isn’t what it seems, and might just have devastating consequences for her own family and the country. A mathematician by training and an assembly programmer in a previous career, author Grayson Bray Morris is now a translator and writer based in the Netherlands.

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