Hannah Kate

poet, short story writer and editor based in Manchester

 

 

Poetry

(writing as Hannah Priest) ‘Unravelling Constance’, in Dark Chaucer: An Assortment (Punctum Books, 2012)

Variant Spelling (Hic Dragones, 2011)

‘Songs on Stone’, ‘Still Sleeping’ and ‘Dinner’, in Transparency, ed. by John Siddique (Crocus Books, 2005)

Individual poems have appeared in Obsessed with Pipework, The New Writer, Orbis, The Ugly Tree, Dandelion Arts Magazine, Pipeline and Rain Dog.

 

Short Stories

‘Ill Will’, in Werewolves Versus the 1990s (Aug 2015)

‘Nimby’, in European Monsters, ed. by Margrét Helgadóttir and Jo Thomas (Fox Spirit Books, 2014)

‘Idle Hands’, in Noir Carnival, ed. by K.A. Laity (Fox Spirit Books, 2013)

(As editor)

Into the Woods (Hic Dragones, 2017)
My story ‘Knotweed’, a creepy story set in urban parks and woodland, appeared in Into the Woods.

Hauntings: An Anthology (Hic Dragones, 2014)
My story ‘Lever’s Row’, a weird tale about Manchester and its history, appeared in Hauntings: An Anthology.

Impossible Spaces (Hic Dragones, 2013)
My story ‘Great Rates, Central Location’, a weird tale about a budget hotel, appeared in the Impossible Spaces anthology.

Wolf-Girls: Dark Tales of Teeth, Claws and Lycogyny (Hic Dragones, 2012)
My story ‘Sender: Shewolf’, a cyberpunk-inspired morality tale, appeared in the Wolf-Girls anthology.

 

Novels

Currently seeking representation for Yonec, a YA urban fantasy and two sequels. Now working on an adult horror novel.

Under the name Hannah Priest, I’ve published essays, reviews and journal articles, and have edited academic collections. For more information about these, please visit my academic blog.

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