Hannah Alkadi rights the wrongs in our world by writing about them—in essays, poetry, and short stories. She believes that ādāb (literature) is how we learn adab (etiquettes), and works to yield a pen as mightily as a sword against the ire-breathing dragons of prejudice. By knighting minorities as heroes and questing for unseen settings, she castles the oft-repeated tales into ones that not only represent, but resonate.

As well as being a passionate writer, she is a lifelong learner. She is a graduate of the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts, having earned awards in excellence in both English and Theatre. Hannah also obtained Certificates in Classical Arabic as well as Foundational Islamic Sciences from the Qalam Seminary. By the grace of Allah ﷻ, she also holds an ijazah in Quranic recitation from Critical Loyalty.

Her work has been featured in Amaliah, Muslim Youth Musings, Traversing Tradition, and MuslimMatters. She is currently working on publishing her first children’s book, Roumana Makes Suhoor, with Little Hibba.

Hannah is also open to IP, solicited, and write-for-hire projects. She adores fantasy of all kinds, including fairytales and especially historical fiction retellings. Romance and mystery are of recent interest to her; she admires the character development and plot progression in them. Completed pieces and projects are marked on her writing page.