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Happy National Poetry Month from Red Hen Press! Our next collaboration with Mercurius Magazine features four poems from collections published by Red Hen this April. Read the poems here!
Congratulations to the former Poet Laureate of Missouri! To purchase the 2021 edition of I-70’s literary magazine, please follow the link below!
Episode #39 welcomes former Missouri Poet Laureate William Trowbridge and has new book, Oldguy: Superhero—poems from which have been featured regularly in Rattle for years.
Congratulations to William Trowbridge, Missouri’s newly appointed Poet Laureate! He’s the author, most recently, of Ship of Fool. His next collection, currently untitled, is due out in 2014. Read the press […]
David Clewell, Poet Laureate of Missouri, gave an excellent review of William Trowbridge’s newest poetry collection Ship of Fool on Ron Slate’s website, On the Seawall. Focusing on a few of his […]
Tar River Poetry gave a wonderful review of William Trowbridge’s Put This On, Please for their spring issue. He is praised for his skill of making poetry seem effortless and enjoyable for his […]
Red Hen writers are taking over the airwaves. Check out Camille Dungy talking about Suck on the Marrow and What to Eat, What to Drink, What to Leave for Poison with Word Ballast’s Billy […]
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: "I think the most interesting […]
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 […]
William Trowbridge's Spring 2011 poetry collection Ship of Fool has a featured poem of the day on Verse Daily. To check out the website and see the poem, "Foolproof", click […]
Nikki Moustaki’s debut collection of poetry captures this divide and dissociation while establishing themes of darkness and light within the difficult narratives of suffering and abuse. These poems juxtapose the […]
Shanan Ballam, writing for New Letters Magazine, gives high praise to William Trowbridge’s Put This On Please. “Trowbridge’s technical and emotional gifts create a bond of trust with readers, making us want […]