J.B. Hogan is a prolific and award-winning author. He grew up in Fayetteville, Arkansas, but moved to Southern California in 1961 before entering the U. S. Air Force in 1964. After the military, he went back to college, receiving a Ph.D. in English from Arizona State University in 1979.
J.B. has published over 250 stories and poems in magazines, anthologies, and on websites worldwide. His larger works so far include the novels The Apostate and Living Behind Time, and his nonfiction baseball history book, Angels in the Ozarks. 2015 will be his biggest year yet, with two novels and a book of poetry set to be published from Liffey and Fleet Presses.
When he’s not writing, J.B. currently serves as President of the Washington County (AR) Historical Society. He plays upright bass in East of Zion, a family band that specializes in bluegrass-flavored Americana music.