Published

‘Dear Body’ Poetry pamphlet published by Wayleave Press. About my experiences as a young person with Chronic, Life limiting illness and disability. It can be purchased securely using PayPal in the ‘Shop’ tab.

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2018

Acumen – January 2018

Under the radar January 2018

Poetry Salzburg March 2018

2017

Poem in the Write to be counted anthology link HERE

Poems in Listening to Youth anthology Paper Swans link HERE

Published in Under the Radar Autumn 2017

Huddersfield Literature festival finalist for the poem ‘anxiety’.

Article on poetry and personal experience published on the Young Poets Network – https://ypn.poetrysociety.org.uk/features/poetry-and-personal-experience/

Published in the North Magazine as part of an article on Dove Cottage Young Poets ‘Staying back a year’ and ‘Questions’.

Finalist in North West Cultural Education awards Personal achievement

Finalist in the National Memory day best young writer poetry competition – http://nationalmemoryday.org.uk/national-memory-day-writing-competition-shortlist-announced/?platform=hootsuite

2016

This won the Oxfam ‘Even it up’ poetry challenge for 15- 18 year olds ‘Equals’ – http://ypn.poetrysociety.org.uk/uncategorized/equals

This poem was published on the Kendal Poetry festival blog on a post about my residency ‘Hair’ – http://www.kendalpoetryfestival.co.uk/708-2/

This was published in ‘The Carrot’ magazine ‘Memory’ – http://www.thecarrot.org.uk/memory/

This was published on the Lakes Alive website in an article about my residency at the festival, working alongside the Poetry Takeaway and reading under the art installation moon. ‘Our limestone moon’ – http://lakesalive.co.uk/news/2016/lakes-alive-festival-poet-in-residence

This won the Young Poets Network ‘Behind the Curtain’ competition with the V&A museum. ‘Clean’ – http://ypn.poetrysociety.org.uk/workshop/behind-the-curtain-a-poetry-challenge-with-the-va/

Published on the Wordsworth Trust website: https://wordsworth.org.uk/learn/young-poets/hannah-hodgson.html

I won the Amnesty International Youth Lyrics award in 2015 with ‘Nowhere Citizen’

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