J. B. Hogan
Bewildering Stories biography
J. B. Hogan’s story “Kerosene Heat” was nominated for a 2010 Pushcart Prize (flash fiction) by Word Catalyst. His dystopian novel New Columbia is archived at Aphelion. His contest-winning, fiction e-book Near Love Stories is online at Cervena Barva Press and he has three stories in Flash of Aphelion, a flash fiction print anthology.
His story “Ozark Beats,” read for the NPR program Tales from the South, can be heard on KUAR, Little Rock, Arkansas. The reading is also streamed on the internet and is available on World Radio stations. The video of the reading can be seen on You Tube.
J. B. Hogan has over 200 stories and poems in such journals as: Cynic Online Magazine, Istanbul Literary Review, Bewildering Stories, Every Day Poets, Ranfurly Review, and the Dead Mule. His work has been anthologized in Flash of Aphelion, The Best of Frontier Tales: Volume 1, The Best of Everyday Poets, Two, and Best of Tales from the South, Volume 6.
He was nominated for a 2010 Pushcart Prize for his story “Kerosene Heat.” His dystopian novel New Columbia was published in Aphelion and his prize-winning e-book Near Love Stories is online at Cervena Barva Press.
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