Los Angeles Independent Publishing
Lesbian Fiction/Lesbian BooksRed Hen Press, a Los Angeles independent publisher founded by Kate Gale, offers poetry readings, poetry contests, book awards, and more.
Radio host Michael Krasny from KQED talks with Andrew Lam about Birds of Paradise Lost.
Fellow writer Dini Karasik chats with Dan Vera about Speaking Wiri Wiri for her blog.
Kansas City's KCUR featured selections from William Trowbridge's Ship of Fool: The Musical on an edition of their show New Letters on the Air that highlighted new approaches to intertwining poetry and music.-
Red Hen has a lot to look foward to this year:
Brynn's debut poetry collection will be released in March, 2013.
This very morning, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced the appointment of Red Hen author Eloise Klein Healy as the first official Poet Laureate of the City of Los Angeles! Eloise will serve a two-year term during which she will give public readings, visit schools, and compose a poem celebrating the city of Los Angeles. The mayor praised Eloise's "belief in the power of poetry, and her commitment to sharing this power far and wide." Congratulations, Eloise!
Kelly Barth's My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus makes Library Journal's Best Books 2012 list for Spiritual Living.-
At the November 27 performance at Boston Court in Pasadena, Douglas Kearney read poetry from his book Fear, Some, and Nicelle Davis read selections from her forthcoming book Becoming Judas, available in Fall 2013.
Alice Derry reads her poem "Fooling Around" from Tremolo for KUOW.
Elizabeth Austin features Alice Derry's Tremolo on the KUOW website.-
Anna King from the Sherman Oaks Patch interviews Eloise Klein Healy about her latest book A Wild Surmise: New & Selected Poems & Recordings.-
Annalee Newitz from i09 praises Jessy Randall's work in Injecting Dreams Into Cows. -
Robin Caudell from Press Republican chats with Charles Fort about his writing career and upcoming works. -
Making its first apperance, Carolyn Guinzio’s Spoke & Dark was number 30 on the Poetry Foundation's best sellers list this past week! -
William Trowbridge's Ship of Fool was number 24 on the Poetry Foundation's best sellers list for the week of September 16th and Lynnell Edwards's Covet was number 22. This week both titles keep a spot on the list with Ship of Fool at 20 and Covet at 23!
David Maine’s An Age of Madness makes the Women’s National Book Association 2012 Great Group Reads list for the month of October which is National Reading Group Month. -
Kelly Barth just released the book trailer for her My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus -
Nin Andrews from The Best American Poetry blog chats with Kate Gale about the history and the future of Red Hen Press. -
In a recent article on LJWorld.com, Kelly Barth spoke with Gary Henry about religion, sexuality, and her memoir My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus. -
In a recent article on Bagoodjohn.blogspot.com, Ellen Meeropol spoke with Bunny about House Arrest and her works in progress. -