Artists & Speakers
Hannah Pool writes regularly in the national and international media. She has written features, interviews and comment for the Guardian for over a decade. Her work also appears in: The Times; The Independent; Grazia and others.
Hannah is curator of talks and debates at Africa Utopia and Women of the World (WOW) festivals at the Southbank centre, London. Hannah’s memoir ‘My Fathers’ Daughter: A story of family and belonging’ (Penguin2005) was described by the Washington Post as “a significant and moving book.”
Hannah appears regularly on BBC Radio 4, has spoken at TedXEuston, Africa Gathering and Africa Writes. She is chair of UKFeminista and former associate editor of ARISE magazine and was the subject of CNN’s African Voices.