Joseph Hardy is one of a handful of writers that live in Nashville, Tennessee, that does not play a musical instrument; although a friend once asked him to bring his harmonica on a camping trip so they could throw it in the fire. His wife says he cannot leave a room without finding out something about everyone in it, and telling her their stories later. His work has been published in: Gyroscope Review, Inlandia, Penultimate Peanut, Structo, and the tiny journal among others.
A Favorite Quote
"The beauty of this world of poetry is there is no one like you. It's not a game, nor can you be better than anyone else or win. Done correctly, it defines you, is you,and there is only one of you, the best you at any given moment you can be."
Dr. Stellasue Lee