about

Hannah V Warren is a poet, storyteller, and speculative literature scholar from Mississippi. She is the author of two short poetry collections: 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 ReviewThe Pinch, THRUSH, Passages NorthCrazyhorse, 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. Starting in September 2022, she will spend a year in Germany as a Fulbright Scholar to work on her dissertation. Her research interests include monstrous aesthetics, Gothic literatures, poetry, and post/apocalypse.