Late Night Library interviews John Van Kirk

Date: August 16, 2013

"The Rookie Report" from Late Night Library features a microinterview with John Van Kirk about his new novel Song for Chance. To read the full interview, click

Antarctic Sun interviews Katharine Coles

Date: August 9, 2013

Peter Rejcek from the Antarctic Sun chats with Katharine Coles about her writing process, homesickness, and how the experience of living in Antarctica has changed the way that she writes […]

Tess Taylor interviewed for The Common

Date: August 5, 2013

Diana Babineau from The Common chats with Tess Taylor about her research process and the ancestry that she discusses in her new collection The Forage House. To read the full […]

AROHO chats with Jessica Piazza

Date: August 1, 2013

AROHO talks with Jessica Piazza about the challenges facing a creative woman today, and about the women who have influenced her own creativity. To read the full interview, click

Jessica Piazza featured on TNBBC

Date: July 19, 2013

Jessica Piazza guest blogs on TNBBC's "Books and Booze" column where she pairs her poetry with some inspired cocktail concoctions. Read the full article

The Chicago Tribune interviews Mary Evelyn Greene

Date: July 17, 2013

Bonnie Miller Rubin from the Chicago Tribune chats with Mary Evelyn Greene about the difficulties of raising a child with Fetal Alcohol Sydrome. To read the interview, click

Andrew Lam interviewed for CultureStrike

Date: July 15, 2013

Andrew Lam chats with Michelle Chen from CultureStrike about the "immigrant experience" and the process of building the characters in Birds of Paradise Lost.- To read the full interview, click

Katharine Coles featured in Oceanus Magazine

Date: June 25, 2013

Alice Alpert, a graduate student in the MIT/WHOI Joint Program, discusses her Antartic experience with Red Hen poet, Katharine Coles. To read the article in Oceanus Magazine, click

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Jen Ryland reviews D.C. Frost’s A PUNISHING BREED

Date: June 10, 2024

“DC Frost does an artful job of weaving in current campus social issues, juggling multiple suspects, and giving us a peek into the tense relationship between the two men who […]

Foreword reviews ANOTHER NORTH by Jennifer Brice

Date: May 22, 2024

“Written in her middle age, the essays in Jennifer Brice’s memoir Another North cover her perspectives on place, selfhood, and life in general. Alaska, with its massive scale and minus-fifty-degree […]

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