Jim Hodgson started writing in the mid 90s, after high school. When his adoptive mother passed in 2006, he turned to his writing as a means of coping with her loss. From there it became an invaluable part of his life.
He’s the founder and editor of The Atlanta Banana, a satirical newspaper. He’s worked as a standup comic and as a sketch writer for Sketchworks. His work has been published in Georgia Music Magazine, Creative Loafing, Cacti Fur, and Dirge Magazine.
His outdoor and travel writing includes the mountaineering book How To Mount Aconcagua, regular contributions to singletracks.com and tripleblaze.com, and articles for The Art of Manliness, nerdfitness.com, Georgia.org and others.
Writer. Warning: opinions. My lawyer advised a disclaimer, but didn't include any jokes to go with. Damned if I can think of any either.
Georgia Music Magazine — Ryan Seacrest’s The VOICE at Children’s Hospital
Pleased as punch to once again have my words and photos in the Summer 2012 issue of Georgia Music Magazine. Please subscribe so they can afford to keep having me back!
This time I wrote about The VOICE at Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, a closed-circuit media radio/TV station started by Ryan Seacrest whose mission is to engage kids and hopefully get their minds off why they’re in the hospital in the first place.