Hannah VanderHart lives in Durham, NC. She has her MFA in poetry from George Mason University, where she studied with Jennifer Atkinson, Eric Pankey, Susan Tichy and Sally Keith, and her MA in English from Georgetown, where she worked with Carolyn Forché at the Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice. She is a PhD Candidate at Duke University writing her dissertation on sixteenth and seventeenth-century collaborative poetry in England. She has poetry, reviews and nonfiction published and forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, Poetry Northwest, The Greensboro Review, storySouth, The McNeese Review, Thrush Poetry Journal, Up the Staircase Quarterly, The Indianapolis Review, American Poetry Journal and elsewhere. Her poetry chapbook What Pecan Light is forthcoming from Bull City Press, and her first full-length poetry manuscript, Larks, is currently under review. She is the Reviews Editor at EcoTheo Review.
Find her on twitter: hmvanderhart.
And recently at INDY Week, discussing the Little Corner Poetry Reading Series.