Hannah Keene is a Colorado nature and current MFAW candidate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has published two chapbooks, A Double-Headed House and Notes on this Empty Ribbed Beach. Some of her more recent work was published in Madcap Reivew. Her artist books have been on display at the Joan Flasch Artist Book Collection and she has been a reader at the Hi/typ O salon for the last year. In January, her newest play, RESIDUA, was performed at the 26th Annual Rhinoceros Theatre Festival, Chicago’s longest fringe festival. She lives as an indigo bunting. Her work is an unfurling of anti-memoir, an alchemical reaction between myth, landscape, and trauma.