This anthology of short crime fiction raises funds to help the ACLU fight voter suppression. Authors: Kris Calvin, Alison Catharine, Ray Daniel, David Hagerty, Mariah Klein, Derek Marsh, Jr., Catriona McPherson, Camille Minichino, Ann Parker, Travis Richardson, and James W. Ziskin.
Stories are set from Edinburgh to the San Francisco Bay Area and points in between. Some are ripped from 21st-century headlines, others explore the challenges of women voting for the first time in Wyoming during the 19th century.
Each writer has challenged themselves to experiment with form, point of view, or voice. Low Down Dirty Vote is a fabulous collection of stories from award-winning writers and brand new voices. Sales receipts go to the ACLU Foundation to help fight voter suppression.
This volume features a foreward by Amy A. Miller, Legal Director of ACLU Nebraska, and is edited by Mysti Berry.
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Table of Contents
Foreward by Amy Miller, Legal Director, ACLU Nebraska
Preface by Mysti Berry
Beached by Ray Daniel
A Clean Sweep by Ann Parker
Absentee by Alison Catharine
Chicago Style by David Hagerty
Operation Fair Vote by Kris Calvin
Civic Duty by Camille Minichino
Another Statistic by Travis Richardson
Who Is Stuart Bridge? By James W. Ziskin
Bombs Away by Mariah Klein
Momma's Ballots by Derek Marsh, Jr.
Twelve, Angry by Catriona McPherson