Gan Golan is a New York Times bestselling author, artist, and activist who has worked in grassroots direct action and mass social justice movements for 25 years. His books include the hit satire Goodnight Bush and critically-acclaimed The Adventures of Unemployed Man. His work combines grassroots community organizing with high-profile, media-genic public spectacles that shift popular narratives and mobilize communities. A fan of pop culture, he has created original video games projected onto the side of buildings to challenge corporate power, and invented a fake sports team, the corporate "Tax Dodgers" to address economic inequality, who were installed in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Golan’s immersive film work has been featured at the Tribeca Film Festival. He was a lead designer for the largest climate mobilization in history, The People’s Climate March. As an artist he has created visual works for Erykah Badu, Henry Rollins, Willie Nelson, and Neil deGrasse Tyson. He is a co-founder of the the Movement NetLab, a think & do tank, which studies and supports decentralized mass social movements. His newest book, Goodnight Trump, arrives November 2018.