To leap-frog others in the polls, a Canadian grass roots political party does the unthinkable. At the grand opening of Canada’s 100th All-Mart store in the sleepy Ottawa suburb of Orleans, the Galvanized Anew Party kidnaps Prime Minister Kruster-LeClune and U.S. President Rushmore. It’s political activism at its most active. GAP policy advisor Ronald Greenwood has some explaining to do.
A quick read, Belisle wrote this political satire as part of Anvil Press’ 3-Day Novel competition. He maxed out at 33 pages per day.
David Belisle is a novelist and screenwriter in search of the next Great Guffaw. Like getting splashed with a bucket of Gatorade, it’s a good time that sticks with you. A Scrabble-playing, fantasy sports buff, the Calgary-based Belisle has sharpened his pencils in New York, Nebraska and the always fun to pronounce Flin Flon, Manitoba.