Hannah V Warren is a doctoral candidate in the English Department at UGA. Her research and writing include aesthetics, monstrosity, poetry, and speculative literature. She received a Fulbright to support her dissertation work in Germany from fall 2022 through summer 2023.
Her debut poetry collection, Slaughterhouse for Old Wives' Tales, is forthcoming from Sundress Publications in 2023. She is the author of two poetry chapbooks: Southern Gothic Corpse Machine from Carrion Bloom Books (2022) and [re]construction of the necromancer from Sundress Publications (2020). Her works have appeared in Gulf Coast, Passages North, The Pinch, Strange Horizons, THRUSH, and Fairy Tale Review, among others.
Her current creative projects include a poetry manuscript that explores the relationships among abjection, gender norms, and the Southern Gothic, along with a speculative novel that considers ritual and apocalypse from a monstrous perspective.
Hannah has taught a range of courses, including first-year composition, literature and film, and creative writing. She keeps accessibility at the center of her classroom model.
- MFA in Poetry: University of Kansas
- BA in English: Mississippi State University