Hannah King

India Downes-Le Guin

Hannah Perrin King grew up on a dirt road in rural California and now lives in Brooklyn, NY where she writes about god and horses. As a one-time pre-med escapee, King is primarily interested in blending genres and disciplines in a way that speaks to the human condition but still helps poetry’s bad rep. She completed her MFA at The New School and is currently an affiliate editor at The Alaska Quarterly Review. Mostly recently she became the winner of AWP’s 2018 Kurt Brown Prize for Poetry and published in Best New Poets 2018.