(A Sneak Peak @) Malcolm Saves The World! A Satire

malcolm comes from 'far, far away'
Malcolm comes from ‘far, far away’

Ladies and gentlemen, may I present: Malcolm Saves The World!

A novel, a satire.

Malcolm Saves The World!
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Malcolm is not from here. He is from far, far away. He has just 30 days to save Earth from imminent global warming disaster, or as he calls it: ‘global roasting’.

He has superior alien tech, of course, but he has a handicap on this mission: he can’t kill anybody. He must do it systemically. So he takes the form of a human and . . .

To be released in 3 parts, the first in a couple weeks. An excerpt:

Malcolm Saves The World!
A Satire
By Moss Menlo

Carl Sagan, 'groovy marijuana enthusiast'

0.1 | Intro Beat

In the “Pale Blue Dot,” Carl Sagan asserts no one is coming to save us.

Carl was a genius, global science elucidator, groovy marijuana enthusiast and an overall beautiful man way ahead of his time — but he was wrong about that. 
   

Malcolm came.

Part 1 | Introducing Malcolm: Just Another Wacky Alien Visits Earth/Fish Out Of Water Story
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dear readers

To people that are new to any of my sites, I want to offer my former contributions to Andrei Codrescu’s Exquisite Corpse. They moved all the links around recently so none of my previous links work so I had to root around in the archives for these. The Corpse is the first time I appeared on the web as Dr. Menlo. Next came my domain, drmenlo.com, and Sensual Liberation Army was started on that domain as an exercise in guerrilla art/progressive activism (goal being to reroute huge adult internet traffic to good causes).

When I sent Andrei Codrescu Thomas Jefferson Goes to Washington, it was simply out of the egotistical notion that he might like it. When I got an acceptance letter from him I was thrilled and shocked. Honestly, I hadn’t even heard of the Corpse until then.

Thomas Jefferson Goes to Washington, featured in CyberCorpse 2 (November/December 1999)

Postcards from Seattle, featured in CyberCorpse 3 (February/March 2000)

Copernicus Grape Loves Ivy, & Ivy Loves Copernicus Grape, featured in CyberCorpse 4 (April/May 2000)

The Marijuana Dream #Eggplant, also featured in CyberCorpse 4 (April/May 2000)

Manifesto in Hypertext, featured in CyberCorpse 5 & 6 (Summer/Fall 2000)

The Mayor of Windows: A Fable for the New Millennium, featured in CyberCorpse 8 (Spring 2001)

The Swordfighter of Today, featured in CyberCorpse 10 (Fall/Winter 2001/2002)

Andrei Codrescu’s patronage greatly inspired all of my resulting web work and for that I will always be in gratitude. Oh yea, after an extended absence, the Corpse is back.


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