Hannah Wu

Hannah Wu is a writer and musician from Aotearoa, who currently works and studies on unceded Wurundjeri land. She has written for, or has writing forthcoming, with un Magazine, Island Island for Bus Projects Gallery, Seventh Gallery, Enjoy Contemporary Art Space, Liminal Magazine, Cordite Poetry Review, Voiceworks and others. In 2020, she was long-listed for the Liminal Fiction Prize, was a recipient of The Scroggin Prize for Creative Writing from the University of Melbourne, and a recipient of The Melbourne University Global Scholars Award.


Summer weaves its limbs through the gaps of the dead magnolia. Contact is made with a tendril, lacing up to scale a wall. Outlines of a sky cracked open by branches, pressing static into colourless forms. The shared nature of …

Posted in TMLYMI v5 | Tagged