Hannah Seo is a Korean-Canadian freelance journalist, writer, editor, fact-checker and poet based in Brooklyn, New York.

A Korean-Canadian woman looks off the the right, leaning over a boat's railing, a canvas tote slung over her shoulder. In the distance, the New York City skyline is visible.

Hannah's journalism can be found in publications like The Atlantic, Vox, Scientific American, The Guardian, and Catapult (RIP). Common topics of interest include neuroscience/psychology, ocean ecology, the intersection of climate and mental health, and social science. She is represented by Isabel Mendía at The Cheney Agency.

Hannah was previously a fellow on the Well Desk at The New York Times, where she delved into stories on mental and physical health and wellness.

When not reporting, she immerses herself in crafting essays and poetry. Her works have been featured in publications like The New Limestone Review, Portland Review, and Barzakh Magazine. Hannah is currently working on her first collection after her time in the Brooklyn Poets Mentorship Program.

She also co-runs a monthly Collage Club.

Hannah is available for writing, editing, and fact-checking. Get in touch.