JAMES H. HIBBARD—PUBLICATION HISTORY

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Representation Contacts

Literary Agent: Nick Walters @ David Luxton Associates, London—https:// www.davidluxtonassociates.co.uk/

Manager (Screenwriting): Lowell Shapiro @ Black Box Management, Los Angeles—https:// blackboxmgmt.com/

Literary Criticism/ Book Reviews

  • Book Review of You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman. Ploughshares Blog, 2015.

  • Book Review of The Measure of Darkness by Liam Durcan. Ploughshares Blog, 2016.

    Nonfiction

  • “Preface” to Rough Ride (fourth edition) by Paul Kimmage, London, Yellow Jersey Press, May, 2007.

  • “The Ripple Effect of Doping in Sports” The Huffington Post, August, 2010.

  • “Doping, Competition, and the Meaning of Sport” Doping: Opposing Viewpoints, New York,

    New York, Greenhaven Press, 2014.

  • Regular columns for cyclingnews.com on training with a focus on track cycling (2010-2011)

  • Contributor, The Olympian Magazine

    Academic Articles

  • “Popper’s Resurrection of the Rational” Aporia [a journal of philosophy], Hanover, New Hampshire, November, 2008

  • “The Humanization of Phenomenology” Noetic [a journal of philosophy], Santa Cruz, California, June, 2006

  • “Zhuangzi, Mysticism and the Subject” Otherwise [a journal of philosophy], Kennesaw, Georgia, December, 2009

    Fiction

    • “The Cyclist” in Aethlon: Journal of Sports Literature, Winter 2019.

Screenwriting

THE CONTESTANT (currently being packaged for production). Second Round Sundance Screenwriting Lab, Semi-Finalist ScreenCraft Fellowship, Second Round, Austin Film Festival.

THE CYCLIST (optioned to MoreMovies GmbH, Germany). Second Round, Austin Film Festival, Semi-Finalist Cinequest Film Festival.

THE EVENING LAND. Finalist, Naperville Film Festival, Silver Lei Award, Honolulu Film Awards.

Honors and Fellowships

Tin House Winter Workshop, Fiction 2016 (with Kevin Barry) Adlai Stevenson Fellowship, Stevenson College, UC Santa Cruz Teaching Fellowship, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University