Tag: political satire

Monsieur Manafort’s Holiday

Illustration by Brian Glossup By Bob Freville Monsieur Manafort was overworked, undersexed and potentially under indictment. He yearned for the days when he and his betrothed, Kathy, would go on holiday to exotic places for some fun in the sun. Alas, Madame Kathy wasn’t speaking to Monsieur Manafort ever since the 1990s when Monsieur handled

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A New Voice in Bizarro Land: An Interview with Christopher Rigel

I picked up Christopher Rigel’s debut novella, Oval Orifice, almost entirely by chance. I knew Chris from college and was delighted to discover he had written a book. He had always been one of the sharp students in my literature courses, and I was certain his work would be worth a glance. When I discovered

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