Jim Hanas's short stories have appeared in more than a dozen publications and anthologies, including McSweeney's, One Story, Fence, Joyland, and Significant Objects. A native of northern Kentucky, he spent the 1990s in Memphis before moving to New York, where he currently serves as social media editor at The New York Observer.
Hanas has spoken about digital publishing at Book Camp NYC and as a Digital Book World Roundtable panelist. He has been written about by the New York Times, Scientific American, and Mediabistro.
He lives in Brooklyn and online at jimhanas.com.