Past Contributor Reading Series: Hannah Brown

Today in the PCRS, Hannah Brown reading “Wrong Number in New Orleans” and “Fresh Flowers in the House” from issue 2.1

Born in Hastings County, Hannah Brown lives in Toronto. She has two degrees in film. She wrote screenplays for anyone who’d pay, and happily taught film and English at the college and collegiate levels. Her debut novel Look After Her was a finalist for the Foreword Indie Awards, and won an invitation to present at the Leeds International Festival. As a companion text to her translation of The Odyssey, Emily Wilson recommends Hannah Brown’s short story “On Any Windy Day” and says it’s “beautiful and troubling.” (https://superstitionreview.asu.edu/issue15/fiction/hannahbrown)

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