My name is Hanna, and I’m a writer (among other things).
I’ve appeared places NPR, World News with Diane Sawyer, The Portland Mercury, and my work has been featured on the Huffington Post, McSweeney’s, the Stranger, XOJane, The Frisky, LitReactor, KOMO News, KUOW, the Seattle PI, Bitch Magazine, and the Gloss. One of my essays is published in an anthology on beauty and the female body called The Better Bombshell.
I’ve also done voice work and been an on-air personality for various Seattle-area radio stations.
In a previous life, I was the Editor in Chief of Seattlest, and I worked in advertising for a while.
Oh, and in college, I was a janitor and a cocktail waitress.
When I’m not stringing together words or making sounds, I enjoy music on vinyl, bourbon, college football, making impulse purchases at second-hand stores, ballet, and sitting in dark bars with friends.