Hananah Zaheer is the author of a chapbook, Lovebirds (Bull City Press, 2021). Other work has recently appeared in Kenyon Review, Best Small Fictions 2021, Agni, Virginia Quarterly, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, South West Review, Smokelong, among others. Her story “Fish Tank,” at Alaska Quarterly Review, was a notable mention in Best American Short Stories of 2019. “In the Day of Old Things” won the 2018 Lawrence Foundation Literary Prize at Michigan Quarterly Review. She is the founder of Dubai Literary Salon, a prose-reading series, and a fiction editor at Los Angeles Review. When not writing, she is teaching or parenting a middle schooler and a high schooler and consuming unreasonable amounts of coffee.
Her website is www.hananahzaheer.com and she is @hananahzaheer on Twitter.