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Thanks to these bookstores that are currently selling the book: Phinney Books and Open Books (in Seattle); Literati and Nicola's (in Ann Arbor). For online orders, please visit The Waywiser Press.
We raised over $1300 for the ACLU during the last two weeks of April. Thanks to all who contributed! More updates* to come.
* September 28th: We're sending $553 to the ACLU today, which brings our Ann Arbor total to $1922. When publisher and distributor totals come in, we expect to be close to our goal of raising $3K. Thanks!
Text from The Trumpiad:
- "The Mad Realtor's Song" (in Rise Up Review)
- "Sitting on a Sofa in a 1925 Bungalow in Ann Arbor, Michigan" (in Terrain.org)
- selections (in Scoundrel Time)
- the first three stanzas from "The Mad Realtor's Song" (at Trump Tower)
- the sixth stanza from "The Mad Realtor's Song" (at the White House)
- "American Pastoral" (at the Smithsonian Arts & Industries Building)
- "Donald Trump: The Insta-Poll" (at the Lincoln Memorial)
- "Rumor" (at the Trump International Hotel)
- "Thought Experiment" (at Trump Tower)
- "Dialectic" (at the Washington Monument)
- the first and second stanzas from "Mad, Times Four" (at the Dept. of Justice and the Jefferson Memorial)
- "Mother Trump" (at the National Archives Building)
- "February 2, 2017" (at Trump Tower, during the solar eclipse)
An interview with Literati Bookstore
A review in the Seattle Weekly
Related essays in the Kenyon Review:
- "Donald the Ogre"
- "Trump's Last Tweet"
- "The Great Work Begins"
- "Relentless Ridicule"
- "Citizenship (Part Two)"
Related poems in What Rough Beast and Light