I use my trusty point-and-shoot camera to capture the order of G-d's universe, and I use Paint 3D to capture the chaos of mine. After all, sometimes, it's insufficient for me to try to sate myself merely by applying verbal whimsy to pastures where gelatinous wildebeests roam or fey hedgehogs play.
KJ Hannah Greenberg has been playing with words for an awfully long time. Initially a rhetoric professor and a National Endowment for the Humanities Scholar, she shed her academic laurels to romp around with a prickle of imaginary hedgehogs.
Thereafter, she’s been nominated once for a PEN/America award in nonfiction, once for a Pushcart Prize in Literature for fiction, and three times for a Pushcart Prize in Literature in poetry. To boot, Hannah’s had more than thirty of her books published, and has served as an editor for several literary journals.