Friday, April 25, 2014

Freedom Fiction

Culture is upstream from politics -- Andrew Breitbart

There aren't enough writers of Freedom Fiction. It's an under-served segment in the first place, and a depressing number of the writers who address that subgenre are, shall we say, less than proficient. So it gives me much pleasure to commend J.P. Medved to your attention.

I've just read his novelette Granite Republic, which I enjoyed greatly. It's an episodic tale that concerns a possible future in which the Free State Project succeeds in elevating a number of candidates to high office in the state of New Hampshire. The consequences might not be what you'd expect.

Please give Granite Republic, or one of his other works, a try. If it's representative, it will be worth your time. And remember: We're in this together. If you don't go to your friends' funerals, they won't go to yours!

1 comment:

  1. On your recommendation I've just bought a Kindle copy.

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