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The Paperwork Rebuttal is a collection of narrative and poetry fused onto federal and state government documents. These documents include a disastrous hero found on a jury duty summons, a young man approaching fatherhood according to the Department of Health and Human Services, and the impact of a tragic car accident as claimed by the Department of Transportation. It’s a comic, tragic, and highly original work of literature.
Daniel Roche received his M.A. in English, Creative Writing and M.F.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. Selections from ‘The Paperwork Rebuttal’ were finalists for the Platypus Prize in Innovative Fiction, DIAGRAM Contest in Innovative Fiction, as well as included in The Anthology of the Best Innovative College Writing, filling Station Literary Magazine, and Borderline Poetry. Separately his poetry has been published in Branches Quarterly, Concrete Wolf, and Edgar Literary Review, to name a few. In addition, his stage plays have... more