Hannah was an English teacher for nine years. While teaching, she self-published graphic stories about a skeleton named Skinny Bill. She has written for the Camden New Journal, Catholic Herald, Huffington Post and Spectator Schools. She was shortlisted for the Fish Poetry Prize in 2016. Her first novel – Eyeball Computer - was published with Leveller’s Press in 2019. Hannah’s stories have been published by Scribble, Stroud Short Stories and Platform for Prose. She writes a blog.
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