Isobel O’Hare is a multi-genre writer working mainly in poetry, essay, and lyric memoir. They are the author of all this can be yours and editor of Erase the Patriarchy, both available from University of Hell Press. Their work has appeared in numerous journals, anthologies, and scholarly publications, details of which can be found in the Books and Select Publications pages.
They have been interviewed by The Rumpus, Literary Hub, and VIDA, and their work has been reviewed in Harper’s Magazine and elsewhere. In 2021, their erasures were featured in Annotation from MIT Press.
Isobel earned an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and they are a Helene Wurlitzer Foundation fellow.
Isobel is the founding editor of the literary publisher & nonprofit Dream Pop.
They live in Roanoke, Virginia, with their partner Angelo Colavita, three cats, and an unborn baby.