Hannah was born and raised in the suburbs of South Florida, where she devoted herself fully to reading novels and hiding from the sun. She coached her university's terrible student quidditch team before moving to NYC as an editorial intern at various literary agencies and publishing houses. She worked, for a brief stint, as the single worst waitress in Astoria, a dog walker, and a nanny. Her professional interests include Chinese food, young adult fiction, and replaying the same two Broadway soundtracks nonstop (Hamilton and Spring Awakening). Currently, she spends much of her time posting feminist rants on the internet while combing the city for the best soup dumplings. Like all great generational minds, she has a weakness for puppies and enthusiastic bar mitzvah DJs.
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