The book is in rhymed verse. I am a traditionalist that way. Among Possibilities, like the rest of my poetry, places content above style and linguistic innovations. However, the style is bolder than my first poetry book. The range of subjects is not very great. I intentionally selected only those poems for this book that are quite personal. Therein lies a uniqueness of Among Possibilities: while reading this book, you may catch me now strolling, now hobbling, now running through its pages, wearing my heart of a sleeve.
It will appeal to the engaged public, practitioners, analysts, and senior undergraduate and graduate classes focused on Canadian foreign policy.
The first in a series of books, this includes a Tormac to English dictionary in addition to some beautiful illustrations by Patricia Dale.
Michael Hart is an award-winning teacher at a private school in Los Angeles, California. Over a span of 30 years in both middle school and high school, he has taught classes in economics, psychology, journalism, social studies, screenwriting and mathematics. Coinciding with his career in education he has written six videos for Aims Media, several screenplays, and worked on a cartoon project for Filmation Studios. His last screenplay entitled Out of Time was made into a book and will be published in 2010-2011.
He has a Masters Degree in education and currently lives in Los Angeles with his son Brian.
Maria Howard was born into a family of writers. Her formal education began at St, James elementary school where she first showed a gift for writing in an essay about her dog. She moved on to Red Bank Catholic High School. There she developed an interest in theater, writing and directing material for class shows while holding a job as a travel agent.. She obtained her BA degree from the College of St Elizabeth and completed her Masters degree at Loyola Marymount University.
She has recently retired from her job as a teacher to pursue her writing and theater work.