KJ Hannah Greenberg

KJ Hannah Greenberg

Author KJ Hannah GreenbergKJ Hannah Greenberg, a two time Pushcart Prize Nominee, one time Best of the Net Nominee, and an actual National Endowment for the Humanities Scholar, who only pretends at being indomitable, tramps across literary genres and giggles in her sleep. As well, she eats oatmeal and keeps company with a hibernaculum of sometimes rabid imaginary hedgehogs. Those critters, in turn, take bites out of brooding critics, uncomplimentary readers, and assorted nocturnal terrors.

Hannah’s most recent books include: Citrus-Inspired Ceramics (Kelsay Books, Forthcoming, 2014), The Immediacy of Emotional Kerfuffles (Bards and Sages Publishing, Forthcoming, 2013), Can I be Rare, Too? (Barometric Pressures, Forthcoming, 2013), Intelligence’s Vast Bonfires (Lazarus Media, 2012), Supernal Factors (The Camel Saloon Books on Blog, 2012), Fluid & Crystallized (Fowlpox Press, 2012), Don’t Pet the Sweaty Things (Bards and Sages Publishing, 2012), A Bank Robber’s Bad Luck with His Ex-Girlfriend (Unbound CONTENT, 2011), and Oblivious to the Obvious: Wishfully Mindful Parenting (French Creek Press, 2010). Her most recent ambition is a full night's sleep.

Books, Forthcoming:

  • 2014. Citrus-Inspired Ceramics. Kelsay Books. Poetry Collection.
  • 2013. Emotional Kerfuffles. Bards and Sages Publishing. Short Fiction Collection.
  • 2013. Can I be Rare, Too? Barometric Pressures Author Series. Kind of a Hurricane Press. Poetry Chapbook.

Book Chapters, Forthcoming:

  • 2013. "Gassed-up and Preoccupied." Letters to Los Angeles. Brent Peterson. Ed.

Books and Musicals, Published/Produced:

  • 2012. Intelligence’s Vast Bonfires. Poetry Collection. Lazarus Media.
  • 2012. Supernal Factors. Poetry Chapbook. The Camel Saloon Books on Blog. http://booksonblog29.blogspot.co.il/
  • 2012. Fluid & Crystallized. Poetry Chapbook. Fowlpox Press. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/170934.
  • 2012. Don’t Pet the Sweaty Things. Short Story Collection. Bards and Sages Publishing.
  • 2011. A Bank Robber’s Bad Luck with His Ex-Girlfriend. Poetry Collection. Englewood, NJ: Unbound CONTENT.
  • 2010. Oblivious to the Obvious: Wishfully Mindful Parenting. Humorous Essay Collection. Jerusalem: French Creek Press.
  • 1991. Conversations on Communication Ethics. Academic Essay Collection. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, now Praeger.
  • 1979.  Watercolors. Musical. Book & Lyrics. Scotch & Soda Productions. Pittsburgh, PA.

 Book Chapters, Published:

  • 2013. Feb. “The Problem with the Retlins’ Kind of Wealth.” Weltkreig. Lazarus Media. rpt. from Danse Macabre. Nov. 2010.
  • 2013. Jan. “As Obsessions Do.” Unsere Winterreise. Lazarus Media. 34-35.
  • 2012. Aug. "Squatama's Rumble." Enter: Ten Tales for Tweens. MJA Ware. Ed. Bards & Sages Publishing. 87-88. rpt. from The Clarity of the Night. Jul. 2008 and from Don't Pet the Sweaty Things. Bards & Sages Publishing, Mar. 2012. 43.
  • 2012. Jul. “A Stone’s Throw.” Morpheus Tales: the Best Weird Fiction. Vol. II. Adam Bradley. Ed. Morpheus Tales Publishing. 160-162.
  • 2012. May. "Spinning, Spinning, and Then Lifting: A Response to Alice Shapiro's 'The salve of women meeting [sic].'" Saltian: To Dance. Alice Shapiro. Ed. Unbound CONTENT 2012. 172-176. rpt. from Unbound CONTENT Bookblog. Jun. 2011.
  • 2011. “Units of Exchange.” The Best is Yet to Be. Miriam Liebermann. Ed. Targum. Rpt. from Mishpacha Magazine’s Family First. 36-38.
  • 2011. Feb. “Sentiment’s Chowder” and “Betsy the Barn Cow: A Suffragette’s Lament.” Love be Write: Vox Poetica’s Contributors’ Series 2010. Annmarie Lockhart. Ed. Unbound CONTENT. 30 & 72.
  • 2010. “Term Choice.” The Strand Book of International Poets. Imran Hanif and Jane Lee. Eds. Strand Publishing. 56.
  • 2009. “Snowfall.” Fast Forward. Vol. II. K. Scott Forman, Kona Morris and Nancy Stohlman. Eds. Fast Forward Press. 56-58.
  • 1991. “Communication Ethics as Tolerance, Understanding and Unity.” Conversations on Communication Ethics. Karen Joy Greenberg. Ed. Ablex. 87-109.
  • 1990. “A Response to Papers on the Externality Problem in Communication Ethics.” Proceedings of the First National Communication Ethics Conference. J. Jaksa, Ed. Annandale, VA: Speech Communication Association. 197-201.
  • 1989. “The Necessity of Separating Idealized Accountability from Realized Accountability.” Basic Course Communication Annual. Boston, MA: Academic Library. 1: 106-133.
  • 1979. "Interaction of Markets and Technology on Graphic Communications 1980-1985: Expectations and Opportunities." Battelle Co. Columbus, OH.

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