Los Angeles Independent PublishingKate Gale, offers poetry readings, poetry contests, book awards, and more.
William Archila speaks with author Mariano Zaro about his early influences and how growing up as an immigrant in the United States has made an impact on his writing.
Allison Hill likens the Los Angeles publishing scene to a "scintillating, intimate dinner party," with ten of her favorite publishers as the dinner guests in the Los Angeles Daily News.
Publishers Weekly selected Ellen Meeropol's On Hurricane Island as a notable book to watch for during the American Booksellers Association Winter Institute 2015.
The Latina Book Club recently announced its 2nd Annual Books of the Year List. All books chosen were either written by Latino authors, or contain noteworthy Latino characters.
Did you happen to miss out on our fantastic 20th Anniversary Champagne Luncheon last November? Never fear! Our friends at Poetry LA were kind enough to record some of the spectacular readings given by our featured guests, which you can watch right now!
We are delighted that Red Hen's readings at the Annenberg Community Beach House were ranked as the most-liked poetry reading of 2014 on examiner.com!
Recently, Literary Arts announced the finalists for the Oregon Book Awards, and we are delighted that Amy Schutzer's new novel Spheres of Disturbance is among the finalists for the Ken Kesey Award for Fiction!
The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association recently announced the winners of the 2015 Pacific Northwest Book Awards, and we are thrilled to announce that, for the fifth time, Pete Fromm is one of those winners! Pete won for his incredible new novel, If Not For This, a story of indomitable love set along the wild rivers of the American West. If Not For This is now available in your local bookstore.
Adrian Jawort of Indian Country Today recently interviewed Elissa Washuta about her debut memoir, My Body is a Book of Rules.
In a recent article, Sara Newman, Deputy Editor for Neon Tommy, recounts her wonderful experience at Red Hen's 20th Anniversary Champagne Luncheon this past Sunday. She believes that this event is an example of how Los Angeles is securing its place in the literary world:
Author Amy Uyematsu wrote a post for Huffington Post about growing up in a time where there weren't many other Asian-American poets, and how that has had a large impact on her life:
Red Hen Press recently acquired the rights and catalog of Pighog, an award-winning publisher from the United Kingdom. Founded in 2002 by John Davies, Pighog has since published over 50 books and anthologies of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction from regional, national and international voices.
Author Ron Koertge wrote a post for Huffington Post about why he loves to write flash fiction:
Audrey Quinn from New Pages gave a wonderful review of Ron Carlson's book, The Blue Box. She praises the author for his skill of making flash fiction seem effortless and enjoyable for his readers:
Geosi Gyasi spoke with author William Trowbridge about his latest book, Put This On, Please, poetry's place in the modern world, and his writing process:
Carla Sameh and Christina Babock sit down with Elissa Washuta to discuss My Body is a Book of Rules, which they call "transformative":
Recently, Poets & Writers published an article featuring eleven small-press authors and their publishers, and we were featured! The article includes insight from Kate Gale, our Managing Editor, and Pete Fromm, one of our authors whose book, If Not For This, is now available, on what led Pete to Red Hen and why we do what we do.
Recently, Kate Gale sat down with NHPR's Word of Mouth segment to share her story of growing up on High View Church Farm, a group she considered "cult-like." This is an interview you don't want to miss. Listen to the full thing here.
Pete Fromm and Cherie Newman discussed Pete's latest novel, If Not For This, on MTPR this week.
Anne Rasmussen from Late Night Library interviewed author Ron Koertge about his latest flash fiction, Sex World.