Hannah Chutzpah has had three solo collections of poetry published:
Permeable, 2017, Burning Eye Books
Sign my Citalopram, 2016, The Rainbow Heron Trust
Alchemy, Treasure and Butterfly Wings, 2014, Allographic Press
In addition she has been published in various anthologies including Poetry Rivals, The London Spoken Word Anthology and The Best Poetry Book in the World. She’s had poems published by The Poetry Society, in The Morning Star newspaper, Fuselit, Dot Dot Dash, The Paper, Under the Fable and Rising magazines.
As a copywriter Hannah has had articles published in the Guardian and the Independent, and has worked as a ghostwriter for the charity sector, business-to-business, higher education and online retail sectors.
Her short story ‘The Hour’ was published in Story after coming 3rd in The Happenstance Press’s short story competition.
She’s been shortlisted in the Metropolitan University’s poetry competition, judged by Andrew Motion and Jackie Kay, and has been a Poetry Rivals finalist three years in a row. She won a competition run by Tom Vowler for the best six-word short story. (The winning entry was “Wolves got your grandmother. You’re rich.”)
- Hannah writes feminist pop-culture blogs for Bad Reputation
- She volunteers with Netpol – the network for police monitoring
- She was a finalist in the Sheila McKechnie Foundation’s Campaigner Awards (London Social Justice Category) 2012
- She won the title Zombie of the Year 2011 (bestowed by the Zombie Rights Blog)