Jim Hart

Biography

Jim Hart was raised in Brooklyn where he still resides with his wife. He began his working life as a drummer in rock and blues bands before beginning a thirty-year career in the New York City Sanitation Department. During which time he worked his way through the ranks to serve in such positions as the Deputy Director of Public Affairs and Director of Correspondence for the Sanitation Police. Proving inspiration can come from the strangest places. He retired from the Department to pursue his love for writing.

Besides Jim’s First Poetry collection: "Ramblings Of A One-Eyed Garbage Man," he has published a noir detective novel set in 1947 Brooklyn, NY: “A Tom Collins To Go.”
His poems have been published in over 60 journals and reviews throughout the world. His work has appeared in the United States, Ireland, England, Austria, India, Scotland, Wales, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, South Africa and on the Web.One of his poems has been made into a poster by Phantom Billstickers and appeared in Myanmar (formally Burma) and in Thailand. Jim has been the featured poet at Barnes & Noble, The Brooklyn Public Library, BookMark Bards, Boulevard Bards and at The Inspired Word Poetry Series. Jim has also co-written two songs for the 2015 Peter Stevens Band cd “Change My World.”

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Books

A Handful Of Smoke
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,240. Language: English. Published: April 11, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Poetry
Jim Hart’s newest work, “A Handful Of Smoke”, is a collection of contemporary verse. The poems cover a range of themes from urban violence to the wistfully romantic, all with a blazing eye on the human condition and in varying tones including the ironic, satiric, dreamy and tender.
A Handful Of Smoke
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,240. Language: English. Published: April 11, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Poetry
Jim Hart’s newest work, “A Handful Of Smoke”, is a collection of contemporary verse. The poems cover a range of themes from urban violence to the wistfully romantic, all with a blazing eye on the human condition and in varying tones including the ironic, satiric, dreamy and tender.

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