Hannah Ensor is a poet living in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She has published poems, essays, and reviews, often on topics of pop culture, sports, and mass media. With Laura Wetherington and Jill Darling, she co-wrote the collaborative poetry chapbook at the intersection of 3, and with Natalie Diaz she served as associate editor of Bodies Built for Game, an anthology of contemporary sports literature. Until December 2017, she served as the Literary Director at the University of Arizona Poetry Center; she now works as an assistant professor of creative writing at Michigan State University. Hannah is also a co-editor of textsound.org, a contributing poetry editor for DIAGRAM, and has served as president of the board of directors of Casa Libre en la Solana. In 2019 she was awarded the Judith A. Markowitz Award for Emerging Writers from Lambda Literary.
Love Dream With Television is her first book of poetry; it was written in Tucson, Arizona.