Publishing

Cover: Love Dream With Television (Noemi Press, 2018)

 

Hannah’s first book of poetry, LOVE DREAM WITH TELEVISION, came out in September 2018 from Noemi Press. An anthology of contemporary sports literature, Bodies Built for Game, for which Hannah was the associate editor alongside Natalie Diaz, is also forthcoming from University of Nebraska Press. She writes and publishes poems (e.g. Denver Quarterly, JUPITER 88, Bat City Review, PEN Poetry Series), reviews & essays (e.g. Prairie Schooner, University of Michigan Press, The Volta), and collaborative writings (e.g. Split Lip, dancing girl press). 

LOVE DREAM WITH TELEVISION

Order your copy here: Noemi Press | Small Press Distribution | IndieBound

If you’re interested in a review copy, and/or with a class visit (Skype or in-person), let me know!

Love Dream with Television blurbs

poems online

poems elsewhere

prose online

  • “Hannah Ensor on Denise Levertov’s ‘On the Function of the Line’ (1979)” on Essay Daily (Dec 14, 2018)
  • “What we enact, replicate, and empower / the work that is there” for UA Poetry Center (Dec 6, 2017)
  • “A look back at our Climate Change + Poetry Series” for UA Poetry Center (March 30, 2017)
  • “Announcing the Spring 2018 Reading & Lecture Series” for UA Poetry Center (Nov 20, 2017)
  • “Breakroom Chats: Plainwater by Anne Carson” for UA Poetry Center (2015)
  • “Why I Write When I Travel” for JOURNEYS International (2014)
  • Review: WE ARE HERE, by Kristen Gallagher at The Volta (Friday Feature) and reposted at the Poetry Foundation (January 11, 2013)
  • Poetics Statement for Trans/Queer Issue of Evening Will Come (December 2012)
  • Review: The Arcadia Project, eds. Joshua Corey and G. C. Waldrep at CutBank Online (Dec 29, 2012)
  • “Hannah Ensor on Eric LeMay’s ‘LOSING THE LOTTERY'” on Essay Daily (Dec 10, 2012)

prose elsewhere

  • “Mudita World Peace” in Prairie Schooner (Winter 2015)
  • “Antagonistic Collaborations, Tender Questions: on Anne Carson’s Answer Scars / Roni Horn’s Wonderwater” in Anne Carson: Ecstatic Lyre, ed. Wilkinson (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015)

other collaborative work

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