Description: The absurdities of contemporary politics and culture are lampooned in this unique and biting novel, composed entirely of media ""sound bites."" Here are the voices of our time: politicians, reporters, pundits, and voters, all clashing amid a senatorial campaign between a young conservative woman and a venerable liberal man. The result is a fast-paced satire filled with sharp dialogue and ironic surprises. Endorsements: ""Victor Cahn is just as adept writing about politics and the media as he is lecturing on Shakespeare. Sound Bites is an original, entertaining romp that captures the political spirit of our day."" --Richard J. Garfunkel, host of The Advocates ""A brilliant piece of writing . . . I was mesmerized."" --BlogTalkRadio.com "" Cahn] establishes himself as a master of black comedy."" --UPI About the Contributor(s): Victor L. Cahn is Professor of English at Skidmore College. He is the author of five books on Shakespeare; critical volumes on Tom Stoppard and Harold Pinter; Conquering College; the memoir Classroom Virtuoso; and the novel Romantic Trapezoid. Several of his plays have been produced Off-Broadway and published by Samuel French.