Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou

Name: Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou

Profession: Writer, researcher, editor and teacher.

Tell us about you: I’m a writer and the founding editor-in-chief and general arts editor of Lucy Writers, a community-based platform celebrating women and non-binary creatives. I’m currently writing up my PhD in English Literature (and Visual Material Culture) at UCL. I write regularly for The London Magazine, The Arts Desk, The White Review, review31, Plinth UK and many others. I’m also running an Arts Council project for emerging women writers from migrant backgrounds and writing a book on women artists and drawing.

What inspires you: Not just what, but who; apart from the lives and works of women writers and artists, my friends and my mum!

What do you love about where you live? I love the trees and green spaces, which are quite precious in London. I’ve lived here most of my life, so I love knowing people in the community.

What’s your favourite local hangout? I like little niches in cafés to read and meet friends near where I live. I’d be equally happy on a park bench – so long as it’s not raining!

What would your superpower be? Teleportation – or to conjure a whole banquet of food any time, any place.

Tell us a secret. If you cut me in half you’d find I’m made out of cake.



Twitter: @hhgsparkles

Instagram: @hannahhg25

Email address: hannah.hutchings-georgiou.16@ucl.ac.uk