Hannah Paige


Hannah Paige is a writing teacher, a published author and a lifelong lover of words. She is the author of the novels Late Magnolias, Why We Don’t Wave, and 30 Feet Strong. She was featured in Woodhall Press’ Flash Nonfiction Food Anthology, and her work has been published in The Rumpus, Adelaide Magazine, the URECA International Journal, among other journals. She has been the editor for The Sandy River Review, a book reviewer for Brilliant Light Publishing, and a staff writer for The Daily Bulldog newspaper. She holds a BFA in Creative Writing and a BA in History from the University of Maine Farmington. She currently lives in Missoula and teaches creative writing through the Missoula Writing Collaborative, the ZACC, the Lifelong Learning Center, and Free Verse Writing Project.