J.M. Hall is a visiting lecturer in philosophy at Muskingum University. Since earning his Ph.D. in 2012 from Vanderbilt University, he has secured a book contract as co-editor for Philosophy Imprisoned, an anthology on philosophy classes in prison. He has also published over a dozen peer-reviewed journal articles.
His non-academic work includes a chapbook collection entitled “Bachata Adobe” published by RedOchreLiT, and fifty individual poems, some of which appear in Xavier Review, Euphony and Mobius. He also has twenty years’ experience as a dancer, instructor and choreographer.