Maeve Hanna

Maeve Hanna (she/they) is a Queer, MAD, Neurodivergent writer grateful to be living and working in Agg Píktuk, Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia), the traditional and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq, lands and waters protected under the Treaty of Peace and Friendship (1760). Her writing has appeared in periodicals and journals including Canadian Art, C Magazine, Visual Arts News, Sculpture Magazine, Frieze, Los Angeles Review of Books, and Border Crossings, among others. She was a participant in poet Ariana Reines’s experimental project INVISIBLE COLLEGE and regularly writes for Akimblog and Norberg Hall.


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DEEP HORSE ENCOUNTERS: A Series of Responsive Fiction Inspired by DEEP HORSE TEXTS