The Exploding Fete
The Exploding Fete is the story of an evening rife with glad-handing, camaraderie, and the tightrope walk between altruism and self-interest.
Mrs. Candace Winslow is hosting the annual awards dinner banquet for the Foundation for the Advancement of Inclusivity and Recognition. Among the guests eligible to win the cash stipend are: a Korean political dissident; a lesbian theater director; an anti-capitalist millennial; a working class Colombian immigrant; an Afghanistan war veteran; a Houston hurricane victim; a kidnapping survivor; a Norwegian storyteller, and a Syrian refugee.
Each has a harrowing story, but only one can with the award. When opioid addict Monti Taylor crashes the party, many dreams are dashed—permanently. In the end, the question is posed: why are rich white people the arbiters of this prize anyway?
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