Gamble's poems have appeared in The Laurel Review, Forklift Ohio, and jubilat, and she has written for the Poetry Foundation and the Poetry Society of America. In 2014, Gamble was awarded a Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry fellowship from the Poetry Foundation.
Poems By HANNAH GAMBLE
Blog Posts By HANNAH GAMBLE
- My Poetry Picks for 2013
- Why I Write About Animals, or, My Body Is the Animal I Write About
- 'We're Not Here to Describe Things to People, We're Here to Produce Things in Them': An Interview with Donald Dunbar
- To Anyone Who’s Ever Written a Poem or Even Is Just Thinking about Trying It Soon: A list of DOs and DON’Ts
- How to Write a Good Rape/ Suicide/ Break-Up/ Genocide Poem, or Lightness as the Necessary Companion to All That’s Sad and Disturbing
Audio & PodcastsPoetry Off the Shelf
Self-address and other classical tropes in the poetry of Bernadette Mayer and Hannah Gamble.
Some Words for a Newborn Daughter
Hannah Gamble and Roger Reeves talk about girlhood and growing up in the Pentecostal Church.
October 2013: "what we came here to do"
Poems from Hannah Gamble, Nate Marshall, and CAConrad, plus Peter Quartermain on "stubborn poetries."