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“Floodgate” by Tracy Winn (fiction, ’02)
Contributor OverDrive, Inc. Summary On the eve of the presidential election, a conspiracy threatens to alter the outcome of the vote--and the future of American politics. At the heart of the plot is a powerful computer program, aimed at rooting out hypocrisy among politicians to expose their truths and ours. I pick him up in the corner of my eye. More like hearty. Bouncer shoulders, wrestler chest. Happens a lot when people see a wiry six-foot-six dude with a thick head of wooly hair and a beard that looks like seventies shag carpeting.
Bartender cups an ear.
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My big bar mate points to the clear bottle of vodka he wants and then at my glass. Now I turn and briefly take him in. Late thirties, with droopy, confident eyes. A gummy face, jowls, like his cheeks got liposuctioned. Short haircut.
Stretched taut over his square shape, he wears a sport coat made of thin fabric, which for some reason makes me think it must be tan. This one, the Pastime, is semi-regular, recommended by a journalist acquaintance who frequents here and swears by its antisocial atmosphere. People see a big guy with a devil-may-care drinking problem and insufficient funds for a haircut and shave and assume anything goes. Making coffee, filing manila folders, collating. Do you do collating as an administrative assistant? Headline: Loob Award-winning journalist whose righteous indignation leads to newsroom violence is now forced to pay rent by collating, he says.
Floodgate: A Short Story
The Gerald R. Loeb Award is the highest honor for business journalism. I won it five years ago, for the second time, at the Chronicle —before the economy imploded, cratering—among other things—newspapers, and causing layoffs of even award winners, especially the ones that once punched an editor for excising from a profile of a corrupt corporate executive a much-loved adjective. Hearty leans in. I can smell the fish taco he ate sometime in the last hour.
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