Hannah Wilson-Black hails from northern Virginia and devotes her spare and not-so-spare time to writing fiction, creative non-fiction, songs, and poetry. Her non-fiction interests lie in Appalachian environmental politics, labor history, and justice. When she’s not in class at the University of Chicago, where she’s an undergraduate student, you can find her running Memoryhouse Magazine and binge-watching BBC’s Planet Earth with David Attenborough. Her work has been published in Euphony Journal, Sliced Bread Magazine, ACE’s Youth Think Climate Magazine, The Ellipsis, and Eclectic Performing Arts Company’s poetry ebook Inflection. She was a runner up in Euphony Journal‘s 2020 Climate Fiction Contest and is currently seeking publication for The Sloan, her novel about the vengeful earth.