Hannah VanderHart

Durham, NC 27707

Author's Bio

Bio: Hannah VanderHart lives in Durham, NC. She has her MFA from George Mason University, and is currently at Duke University writing her dissertation on gender and collaboration poetics in the seventeenth century. She has poems and reviews published at The McNeese Review, Thrush Poetry Journal, The Greensboro Review, American Poetry Review, The Indianapolis Review, storySouth and Poetry Northwest. Her chapbook, What Pecan Light, is forthcoming from Bull City Press, and she is the Reviews Editor at EcoTheo Review. More at: hannahvanderhart.com

Publications and Prizes

Divine Dirt Quarterly, Measure, Poets for Living Waters, Prick of the Spindle, Rock & Sling, Ruminate, So to Speak, Spirituality & Health, The Christian Century, Tipton Poetry Journal
Prizes Won: 
Second Place: “Penelope Weaves a Shroud for a Dying Man,” Flyleaf Books Second Thursday Poetry Contest, judged by Ann Garbett, 2017 / Finalist: “A Flower for Niedecker,” NC Humanities Council’s Linda Flowers Literary Award, 2017 / First Place: “Owls,” Ruminate Magazine, Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize, Judged by Vito Aiuto, 2010

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Favorite Books: 
Poetry, nonfiction and fiction interested in the transformative work of ordinary life.

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Opal, VA
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Last updated: Nov 15, 2018