Catie Hannigan is a poet and visual artist whose work incorporates poetry, typography, installation, and photography, with an emphasis on what is simple and deliberate. She is the founder & director of meadow; a creative space for women, lgbtqia, gender non-conforming, and/or poc artists & writers.
She has been awarded residencies at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Blackfly Writing Retreat, and the Stonecoast Writer’s Conference. Some poems have appeared in The New Farmer's Almanac, Dead King Magazine, and Big Big Wednesday, among others.
Her poetry chapbook, What Once Was There is The Most Beautiful Thing, was selected as a finalist in the annual chapbook competition by DIAGRAM, and published in 2015. her poetic essay, Water Fragments, was selected for chapbook publication by Tammy Journal and published in late summer 2017.
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