Hanan Hazime is a poet, a story teller, and an avid scripturient living in Toronto. She has a Master of Arts degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Windsor. She is the current Writer in Residence and Literary Arts Instructor at Workman Arts.
Hanan’s writing has appeared in a number of publications including The Windsor Review, Generation Magazine, 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.
When not writing, Hanan enjoys reading fantasy and science fiction novels, overanalyzing things, photo-blogging, dancing with faeries in the woods, and drinking copious amounts of tea.