My poems have appeared in journals, magazines, and anthologies. My debut pamphlet, Bloodlines is published by Indigo Dreams Publishing. You can read more about it here.

Magazines and Journals

Brockbank, Hannah, ‘May Day’ When Women Waken: A Journal of Poetry, Prose and Images by Women, Issue 3, Fall 2013.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Bed Death’ When Women Waken. A Journal of Poetry, Prose and Images by Women. Issue 4. Spring 2014.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Wallpaper’ in The London Magazine (Apr/May 2015).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Pterodactyl’ in The London Magazine (Aug/Sept 2015).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Bacon’ in Envoi Vol.172 (Feb 2016).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Growth’ was Atrium’s poem of the day on Twitter (May 2018).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Dandelions’ Sarasvati, 49 June (2018), p. 31.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Shift’ Sarasvati, 49 June (2018), p. 32.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Wild Primrose’ Sarasvati, 49 June 2018, p. 33.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Change’ Sarasvati, 49 June (2018), p. 34.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Man of War Cove’ Sarasvati, 49 June (2018), p. 35.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Wake’ was Atrium’s poem of the day on Twitter (2019).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Tower Shell’ Words for the Wild online (2019)
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Hair’ Arfur: A Restricted View from Under the Hedge, vol. 3 (Clevedon: The Hedgehog Poetry Press Ltd, 2019), p. 33
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Moving’ Arfur: A Restricted View from Under the Hedge, vol. 4 (Clevedon: The Hedgehog Poetry Press Ltd, 2019), pp. 38-39
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Bowl Barrow’ Arfur: A Restricted View from Under the Hedge, vol. 4 (Clevedon: The Hedgehog Poetry Press Ltd, 2019), p. 37
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Glass Fish’ Arfur: A Restricted View from Under the Hedge, vol. 4 (Clevedon: The Hedgehog Poetry Press Ltd, 2019), p. 40

Anthologies

Brockbank, Hannah,’Stained’ in Raving Beauties (ed.) Hallelujah for the 50ft Woman (Tarset: Bloodaxe Books, 2015).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Swift’ in A Way through the Woods. Binsted Arts Weekend Anthology (2016).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Mine’ in Kate Garrett (ed.), Full Moon & Foxglove: An Anthology of Witches and Witchcraft, (Three Drops Press, 2016).
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Ice’, ‘Smallholding’, and ‘By the Winterbourne’ in Stephanie Norgate (ed.) Chalk Poets: New Poetry from the South Downs. An anthology commissioned by South Downs National Park Authority for Winchester Poetry Festival, 2016. Reviews of the Chalk Poets anthology can be read in The Bookseller and The London Magazine.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Three Month Scan’ and ‘Placenta’ Bonnie’s Crew charity anthology for Leeds Congenital Heart Unit published online (April 2018).

Reviews

Review of Refugee Tales short story collection for Thresholds (January, 2017).
‘Nezu Shrine’ (Work in Progress) in an article on creative process written during my residency Oct/Nov 2017 at the Museum of Motherhood in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Brockbank, Hannah, Bloodlines. A pamphlet of 28 poems published by Indigo Dreams Publishing in 2017. More details here.

Exhibitions

My poems, ‘Limpet’, ‘News’, ‘Nezu Shrine’, ‘Numbness’, ‘Pelican’, and ‘Viable’ are on permanent exhibition Museum of Motherhood (M.O.M.) in Florida since December 2017.
My poem, ‘You Cannot See Me’ was used as part of the Save Otter Gallery online campaign in 2018.
Brockbank, Hannah, ‘Sloes’ was commended in The Poetry Society’s 2019 Stanza Poetry Competition.

Readings

Frensham Lit Live, Surrey, 2017 –
Winchester Poetry Festival as part of the Chalk Poets performance, Winchester, 7-9 October 2016.
University of Chichester Open Mic Nights 2017 – 2018 Bloodlines book launch at the University of Chichester, February 2018.
South Downs Poetry Festival, Chichester, May 2018. Joint reading with poet, Mandy Pannett.

Interviews

MAMA: Art Interview with mother Artist Carla Danes; Poetry by Hannah Brockbank, M.A.M.A. Mothers are Making Art, 1 November 2017. You can read it here.
Brockbank, Hannah, Bloodlines in Tracy Fells’ The Literary Pig, 22 January 2018. You can read it here.
Brockbank, Hannah, Bloodlines in Abegail Morley’s The Poetry Shed, 6 October 2018. You can read it here.
Brockbank, Hannah, The Wombwell Interviews: Hannah Brockbank, The Wombwell Review, 7 December 2018. You can read it here.
The Memory of Clothes oral history project, Worthing Museum, November 2018. You can listen to the podcast here.

Workshops

Brockbank, Hannah, The Creative Process workshop, South Downs College, February 2016.

If you would like me to lead a workshop on creative process, material culture, and the artistic embodiment of lived experience using objects as a prompts for new poems, do get in touch.

I am an experienced workshop member having attended post-graduate poetry workshops facilitated by poet, Stephanie Norgate at the University of Chichester between 2017-2018, and with Chichester Stanza 2018-2019.