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“I’m offering you the chance to resign now and avoid the opprobrium that’s sure to follow.”

An excerpt from page 97 of Miranda’s War – a literary, satirical novel by lawyer Howard Foster

Pick up on Amazon Miranda’s War: A Novel of the Up-Zone by Howard Foster. Check out this excerpt.

Episode 2: The Play Date

The New Adventures of Justin T. Fairchild, Social Justice Warrior

February 2017: “I’m worried about Richie,” I said. “Why is that?” Emma asked. “Well, just look,” I said.

Richie’s first Christmas had been a contentious affair. We had told everyone when he was born that we were only going to have white unbleached wooden toys for him to play with. This announcement was met with a fair degree of completely unmerited scorn by everyone else in both of our families. The one grandparent who came closest to compliance was my mother, who gave Richie a set of wooden blocks with Cyrillic characters, and a onesie with Che Guevara’s face, which I appreciated but had not actually been brave enough to have him go out and wear in public.

‘Effective Propaganda Is Infused With Satire. This Is So Serious.’

The Individual Vs. The State in New England

Check out this excerpt from Howard Foster’s witty satire Miranda’s War: A Novel of the Up-Zone.

Book Talk and Signing: ‘Miranda’s War’ Author Howard Foster at Lincoln Public Library

The literary political satire takes place in Lincoln

Howard Foster will give a talk and book-signing on Monday, Feb. 5 at 1 p.m at the Lincoln Public Library.