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Half Dead Roadkill is an endless exploration into the unusual we may all see, but have never observed like author, Paul Donohue. Readers are thrown into a story about guns and those that love them a little too much and weave through a humorous, heart-pounding chance through the streets of San Francisco. They are also taken into relationships that range from under cooked eggs to a couple holding onto who they used to be to a jog that turns into an unexpected meeting and an even further unexpected afternoon.
Paul Donohue's fiction has appeared in the Chicago Quarterly Review, Terminus, the Berkeley Fiction Review, Talking River, the Portland Review, Folio, and Reflections, among others. He is a graduate of San Francisco State University's Creative Writing Master's Program. Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he currently resides in San Francisco where he rides his little bicycle around and around, up and down, and he watches and waits and writes.