Hannah Sullivan is an Associate Professor and Tutorial Fellow in English at New College, Oxford, and is based in London, England. She was born in 1979. She graduated from Harvard with a PhD in English and American Literature in 2008. She was an Assistant Professor in English at Stanford University. Her first book is entitled The Work of Revision, published in 2013. It was awarded the 2014 Rose Mary Crawshay Prize by the British Academy, and the 2015 University English Prize for a first book. She is also a poet. Her debut collection is entitled Three Poems. It was published in September 2018. She won the 2018 T S Eliot Prize for poetry with her collection, Three Poems.