Dick Cheney Saves Paris: a personal and political madcap sci-fi meta- anti- novel

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During a weekend joyride from the year 2791, the time machine of Richard B. "Dick" Cheney stalls on the Interyear, stranding him in 1969. Cheney recalls his dad's lectures on the no-good Al Gore presidency, source of all world suffering when national treasure Paris Hilton was accidentally vaporized. He realizes he has a chance to change history, if only he can ensure Gore loses the 2000 election More

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About Ryan Forsythe

Ryan Forsythe is a writer, editor, teacher, artist, and dad from Cleveland, though he calls the mythical State of Jefferson home.

He received a Master of Arts degree in Teaching Writing from Humboldt State University and an MFA in Creative Writing from San Diego State University, where served as Associate Editor with Fiction International. Ryan writes short fiction, novels, travel stories, family history, personal essays, children's books, and the occasional poem.

His stories have appeared in numerous journals, including Bananafish, Escaping Elsewhere, Heat City Review, Jersey Devil Press, Murky Fringe, NFG, and Toyon. In addition to Dick Cheney Saves Paris, he is the author of The Little Veal Cutlet That Couldn't, a children's book for adults.

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Dick Cheney Saves Paris book trailer
Book trailer for the Love Earth Publications release "Dick Cheney Saves Paris: a personal and political madcap sci-fi meta- anti- novel," due out August 30, 2011 (the same day as Cheney's own novel--er, memoir).

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