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"Sherman Zahd" is an antiwar satire set in San Francisco schools in the early days of the Iraq War. The story is loosely based on Sheherezade. The humor is closely based on George Bush and the like. The story has previously appeared in Mobius, Write Side Up, and Pulse. The author appreciates the opportunity to expand the story's reach by furnishing a free ebook edition to ...more
ebook, 15 pages
Published June 11th 2012 by Jon Sindell
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Jun 24, 2012 Jon Sindell rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
I will refrain from reviewing this free ebook, a short story, since I am the author. But if you like satire and don't like war, there's a very good chance you will dig this tale.
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Jon Sindell’s short fiction has appeared in over seventy publications. His flash fiction collection, The Roadkill Collection, was released by Big Table Publishing in November of 2014. His novel The Mighty Roman Baseball Blast is, he claims, a fast, funny, thought–provoking novel about baseball and the modern American man. Jon curates the Rolling Writers reading series in San Francisco, and encoura ...more
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