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About the author:
Robert Run has been putting synonyms on his oatmeal since he was a little kid. "War and Vegetables: A Chronicle of The Last Gas Station" is Robert's first long-form writing, and his first experience with self-publishing. His anthology "OK, You Can Stop Thinking Now: I am your New Television" is forthcoming.
War and Vegetables
A Chronicle of the Last Gas Station
What’s going to happen to the old gas station now that oil subsidies have ended?
Does a half-oblivious, needlessly anxious business school dropout figure out he can relax?
Who and what really holds things together when things get tough and real?
Who the heck is responsible for training corporatist infiltrators anyway?
Is it possible to heal after experiencing Evangelicals?
How does baseball and DIY music have to do with everything?
As you’ll find out, there can be some joy in the throes.
War and Vegetables: A Chronicle of The Last Gas Station follows three college grads and a small town as they recover from the low-intensity warfare of corporatism. Watch them begin rebuilding after decades of political fleecing, finagling, and bail-outs.
Speculative Fiction, Satire, Easytopian, FiveMinutopian
- Publication Date:
- 153308470X / 9781533084705
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Literary