Hannah Holborn’s diverse experience with survivors on society’s margins inspires her to write what she knows — about worlds where no one is ‘normal’ and the house next door might hide a monster or a saint.
Hannah’s prize winning short stories are collected in FIERCE (McClelland & Stewart 2009), a recommended read for its “one-of-a-kind characters” (Canadian Living Magazine) and “double high-wire act (that) leaps effortlessly between funny and tragic” (Globe and Mail). Her stories have appeared in numerous print and on-line venues including Room of One’s Own, Front and Centre, WORDS literary journal, Love You to Pieces: Creative Writers on Raising a Child with Special Needs, Literary Mamma, and The Danforth Review. She is the recipient of a Canada Council Grant for the Arts. Hannah is writing a second novel in Langley, British Columbia.
More information about Hannah Holborn can be found on her website: hannahholborn.com
Author photo by Garrett Holborn
|Fierce (McClelland & Stewart 2009)|