Pushcart Prize Nominee and National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar, KJ Hannah Greenberg blasted onto the creative writing scene. In 2010, French Creek Press published an assortment of her essays, Oblivious to the Obvious: Wishfully Mindful Parenting. In 2011, Unbound CONTENT offered A Bank Robber's Bad Luck with His Ex-Girlfriend, a full-length collection of relationship poetry. In 2012, Bards and Sages Publishing issued a compilation of seventy of Hannah's flash and brief fictions, Don't Pet the Sweaty Things.
Hannah writes The Jerusalem Post’s “Middle Eastern Musings” and contributes to Natural Jewish Parenting. She’s an Associate Editor at Bewildering Stories and at Bound Off! as well as a former guest editor of Communication Quarterly. What’s more, hundreds of Hannah’s freestanding works have been published in a range of electronic and print venues, including: Australia’s Kindred, Antipodean SF, and Language and Culture Journal; the UK’s Morpheus Tales, The Mother Magazine, and Other Poetry; the USA’s The American Journal of Semiotics, BRICKhetoric, and vox poetica; and Israel’s Fallopian Falafel, Mishpacha Magazine, and Horizons. Look for her work on the Internet or in a bookstore near you.
Paperback: 130 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books/Aldrich Press (September 6, 2013)