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Hannah Sullivan

Hannah Sullivan is a poet and academic. She has been teaching English literature from 1780–present at New College, Oxford, since 2012. Before that, she lived in the U.S. for ten years, first in Boston and then in San Francisco, where she was an Assistant Professor at Stanford University. Her first poetry book Three Poems (Faber, 2018; FSG, 2020) was awarded the T. S. Eliot prize and John Pollard prize for a first collection, and shortlisted for the Costa, Ted Hughes, and Seamus Heaney poetry prizes. She's currently finishing a new book for Faber, Tenants, and working slowly on an academic book about free verse. She lives in Shepherd’s Bush with her husband and two sons.