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James Howard (b. 1956 in Sacramento, California) is a screenwriter, poet, computer game creator, and blogger. Also known as Jim Howard, he has worked since 1980 as a writer for Hallmark Cards, where he created the multi-player game You Guessed It! for the CompuServe network and the first known e-greetings of the pre-Internet era for local cable and videotex systems.
Total Books: 36
Howard's poems have appeared in small journals such as New Letters and The Texas Observer, and in the anthologies From A to Z: 200 Contemporary American Poets, Voices From The Interior, and Anthology of Magazine Verse & Yearbook of American Poetry. His essays and short prose pieces have been published in Paragraphs and My Bug.
He is author of the Hallmark book Little Glimpses of Good (2008).
Howard's screenwriting credits include Big Bad Love (2001) and Dawn Anna (2005), both co-written with his brother, the actor/director Arliss Howard.
He is author of the blog Spulge Nine. Howard is the father of three children and is married to the writer Penny Krugman. They live in Kansas City.