[re]construction of the necromancer was nominated for SFPA’s 2021 Elgin Award.
The Library at Mississippi State University featured Hannah’s work during National Poetry Month as part of their Bully’s Bards exhibit in 2021.
Redivider nominated “Rearing Daughters to Survive” for Best of the Net 2020.
Jessica Smith with Flagpole Magazine interviewed Hannah about the poems she wrote while sheltering in place in Athens, GA.
Aimee Nezhukumatathil chose Hannah’s poem “evolution of a body melted to silver” as the winner of Sonora Review’s 2020 poetry contest.
The Willson Center at the University of Georgia awarded Hannah with a Shelter Project Micro-Fellowship in 2020.
Editorial Intern at Sundress Publications Ada Wofford interviewed Hannah about [re]construction of the necromancer. They chat about blank space in poetry, forgetting, and cannibalism.
Kyle Teller interviewed Hannah about her chapbook. Check out their conversation for insights into witchcraft, fairy tales, transformations, and mothers.
Hannah’s manuscript won Sundress Publications 2019 Chapbook Contest. You can find [re]construction of the necromancer online.
Bear Review nominated “Self-Tarot Reading // Prairie” for Best of the Net 2018.