Hannah Bonner is a current creative nonfiction MFA student at the University of Iowa. She has an MA in Film Studies from the University of Iowa and a BA in English & Creative Writing from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Her poems have appeared, or are forthcoming, in Asheville Poetry Review, Pigeon Pages, Rattle, Schlag, So to Speak, The Carolina Quarterly, The Hopkins Review, The LaHave Review, The North Carolina Literary Review, The Pinch Journal, The Vassar Review, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, TriQuarterly, and Two Peach.
Her essays have been featured, or are forthcoming, in Bright Wall/Dark Room, Bustle, Essay Daily, The Little Patuxent Review, The Rumpus, and VIDA. Her academic publications include "Performing Archives in the Present: Exploring Feminist Performance Art, The Politics of (In)Visibility, and the Archive in #MeToo and #TimesUp" in South Central Review, "#Selfveillance: Horror's Slut Shaming through Social Media, Sur-, and Selfveillance" in Emerald Press, and "Social Media as Authorship and Selfveillance in Girls" in Routledge.
She currently serves as the Poetry Editor for Brink.