Hanan Hazime is a Lebanese- Canadian multidisciplinary artist, creative writer, community arts educator, and writing instructor living in Toronto. She has a Master of Arts degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Windsor.
Hanan’s writing has appeared in a number of publications including The Windsor Review, Generation Magazine, Feckless C*nt, and the these pills don’t come in my skin tone anthology for BIPOC writers. Her writing has also won several awards including the Alistair & Anita MacLeod Prize in Creative Writing in 2011, and the Dr. Eugene McNamara Award for poetry in 2013. Her debut poetry chapbook “Aorta” was published by ZED Press in April 2018. She’s currently working on her first novel thanks to an OAC grant.
Hanan’s visual art has appeared in several exhibitions including Being Scene, (Mus)interpreted, and in the Bursting Bubbles exhibit as part of the 2018 Rendezvous with Madness Festival.
When not writing or creating art, Hanan enjoys reading fantasy and science fiction novels, overanalyzing things, photo-blogging, dancing with faeries in the woods, and drinking copious amounts of tea.
Do you want to collaborate on a creative project? Finally finished writing your poetry collection or novel and need constructive feedback or some editing done? Looking for a creative writing workshop facilitator or literary arts instuctor? Just want to have a heartfelt chat about literature over some chai and cupcakes? Shoot me a message!