Hannah Lee Jones is a Korean American poet and nomad whose poetry, fiction, and essays can be found in Literary Orphans and Orion, among other journals. Her debut poetry collection, When I Was the Wind was published by June Road Press in 2022. She previously edited The MFA Project, a resource for writers pursuing their craft without an advanced degree. She runs Primal School, a coaching resource devoted to literature and ideas that promote a life of meaning, and travels frequently to the desert Southwest and the Hawaiian Islands. She makes her home in Port Townsend, Washington.