William J. Donahue
William J. Donahue's ambitions have included becoming an American ninja, a professional wrestler, a horror-punk icon, and a goon for a minor-league ice hockey team. Although he failed miserably in each of these pursuits, the experiences provided ample material for his fiction writing. He has authored three short-story collections: TOO MUCH POISON, FILTHY BEAST, and BRAIN CRADLE, one of which (FILTHY BEAST) was a finalist for Foreword Magazine’s Book of the Year Award.
When not writing fiction, entertaining his cats, or wandering quietly in the woods, he works as a full-time magazine editor and features writer. Currently he is the editor of three monthly lifestyle publications serving the Greater Philadelphia Area, as well as the associate managing editor of a literary journal about the writers, artists, and history of Bucks County. His writing and reporting have earned multiple awards for excellence in business journalism, both print and digital. He lives inside a small but well-guarded fortress near Bethlehem, PA.
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