Hannah Gordon is a writer and editor living in Chicago. She was born and raised in Michigan, and the Midwest has remained a big influence on her writing. She attended the University of Michigan, where she studied Communications and Creative Writing.
She is the managing editor of CHEAP POP, a literary journal that publishes micro-fiction, 500 words or less. Her prose and nonfiction can be found in various print and online journals, including Michigan’s Emerging Writers, Synaesthesia Magazine, WhiskeyPaper, and more. Most of her work is flash fiction, although she dabbles in memoir. Sometimes, she blends the two. She often writes about angry teenagers and the apocalypse.
When she’s not writing, she’s cooking, watching TV, or hanging out with her husband and two cats. She is a Gemini, through and through.
You can follow her on Twitter at @_hannahnicole.