Hannah M. Biggs received her B.A. in English Literary Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Otterbein University, and she is currently a PhD candidate in English at Rice University. Her research interests include 20th-century rural and farm writing, agricultural studies, modernism, Midwestern regionalism, the history of veterinary medicine, and human-animal studies. She has published on the works on Louis Bromfield, wrote the critical introduction to the re-release of Irvin S. Cobb’s The Abandoned Farmers, and writes extensively on literary agrarianism. She is the proud doggy parent to four rescue dogs and is an avid equestrian.