James Hanna


James Hanna wandered Australia for seven years before settling on a career in criminal justice. He spent twenty years as a counselor in the Indiana Department of Corrections and has recently retired from the San Francisco Probation Department, where he was assigned to a domestic violence and stalking unit. James’ short stories have appeared in Old Crow Review, Sandhills Review, Edge City Review, Fault Zone, Eclipse, The Literary Review, Red Savina Review, The California Writers Club Literary Review, Zymbol, The Sand Hill Review, and Empty Sink Publishing, which has serialized some of the Pomeroy stories. Three of James’ stories were nominated for the Pushcart Prize. James’ first published novel, The Siege, depicts a hostage standoff in a penal facility. It is available on Amazon in both print and Kindle versions. Call Me Pomeroy is James’ second published book.

Contact: hanna94070@gmail.com

Praise for Call Me Pomeroy:

"Call Me Pomeroy reads like lava."  -- Khanh Ha, author of The Demon Who Peddled Longing.

"An instant classic."   -- Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer

“The funniest book I’ve ever read.”  -- Teresa LeYung Ryan, author of Love Made of Heart

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