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Joseph Hart is a poet, playwright and professor at Rutgers University, where, after thirty-eight years getting the hang of things, he recently retired. Hart writes poetry to compensate for the fact that he cannot sing, dance, or do much else requiring rhythm and grace. He believes the difference between a hero and a superhero is that the hero gets laid, but dies in the end. His worst mall experience involved hours devoted to renting a tux for a friend's wedding. At the reception he was mistaken for the waiter.
Winning Entry: Ajax Looks at the Stars
Contest Won: War Poetry Contest 2007, Honorable Mention