Hannah V Warren is a poet, storyteller, and speculative literature scholar from Mississippi. Her debut poetry collection Slaughterhouse for Old Wives’ Tales is forthcoming from Sundress Publications in Winter 2023. She is the author of two short chapbooks: Southern Gothic Corpse Machine from Carrion Bloom Books (2022) and [re]construction of the necromancer from Sundress Publications (2020). Among other journals, her works have found homes in Gulf Coast, Fairy Tale Review, The Pinch, THRUSH, Passages North, Crazyhorse, Southeast Review, and Mid-American Review.
Currently, she is working on a collection of poetry that looks closely at the intersections of trauma and monstrous bodies, and a speculative novel that considers ritual, gender norms, and post-apocalypse.
Hannah V Warren has an MFA in creative writing from the University of Kansas and is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Georgia. She currently lives in Freiburg, Germany as a Fulbright Scholar as she works on her dissertation. Her research interests include monstrous aesthetics, Gothic literatures, poetry, and post/apocalypse.