Hannah Queen is a senior at Kennesaw State University, she is working on her B.A. in English with a minor in Professional Writing. She was born and raised in Woodstock, Georgia. She works for Shutterbooth Atlanta and nannies as well. She has an associates degree in Middle Grades Education from Georgia Highlands.
She has written several pieces of poetry and short stories and is currently working on a romance novel. Her poems and short story can be found over on Collections of Writing where there is a short summary, background, and link to the pieces themselves. Hannah has been an event planner for the Women’s History Month Finale at KSU in the spring of 2018. She is currently working on the Atlanta Student Movement which brings more stories from the civil rights movement to the light; more information can be found on the Atlanta Student Movement’s Instagram and Twitter pages.
She has always loved to write and discovered she was good at writing in high school. Hannah says, “One thing that made me fall in love with writing was when I was to give my salutatorian speech my senior year. After I gave the speech I had a teacher ask me if I could just come back and write the speeches every year and that I should become a speechwriter. That was really encouraging to me and made me want to begin writing a book”. Hannah says she is not sure what she wants to do with her degree when she graduates but she is excited for the adventures that lie ahead.