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News & Reviews Archive - Red Hen Press


YOUR NOSTALGIA IS KILLING ME in Most Read Reviews of North of Oxford

Date: November 21, 2022

John Weir’s short story collection Your Nostalgia is Killing Me is featured in North of Oxford’s “Most Read Reviews” of this year. Charles Rammelkamp writes “Your Nostalgia Is Killing Me is entertaining and heartbreaking by turns, always a gripping read.”

PoetrySnaps! features Pamela Uschuk and her poem “Green Flame”

Date: November 7, 2022

Pamela Uschuk is a poet, political activist, and wilderness advocate. She is also a cancer survivor, and in this week’s segment of KNAU’s series PoetrySnaps!, she shares a poem that moves through the experience and endurance of chemotherapy. Uschuk says her poem Green Flame was inspired by one particular sight in nature.

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Ink19 recommends DRUMMING WITH DEAD CAN DANCE by Peter Ulrich

Date: March 27, 2023

Peter Ulrich writes his memoir as a witness to the rise of one of the most inspiring, celebrated, and enigmatic independent bands to come out of London in the ’80s. He maps 40 years of Dead Can Dance, from their early Australian beginnings playing the Melbourne club scene, to symphony-accompanied performances on the world stage.

Authorlink recommends AQUEOUS by Jade Shyback

Date: March 27, 2023

Shyback has created an all-too-believable future with a consummate eye for detail and realism in this, her debut novel. Marisol and her companions are terrific characters, and the reader will cheer them on as they go through the angst-ridden years of young adulthood in a strange environment.

Dennis Must’s MACLEISH SQ. reviewed in California Review of Books!

Date: March 21, 2023

As with many of Dennis Must’s other fictions, consisting of three novels and three short story collections, MacLeish Sq. is a tale about personal identity.  Who are we, and how do we come to know the nature of our being in this world?  In this most recent novel, what the imagination seizes just might be true, […]

Publishers Weekly reviews Amber Flame’s APOCRIFA!

Date: March 21, 2023

The expansive and formally inventive second collection from Flame (Ordinary Cruelty) considers the cornerstones of romance—doubt, surrender, grief, resolution—through poems about hunger, exploration, and forbidden fruit.

MACLEISH SQ. by Dennis Must Receives a Five-Star Review on Readers’ Favorite!

Date: March 15, 2023

John Proctor is about to turn seventy when he decides to buy a small farmhouse on the outskirts of the now mostly desolate mill town where he had grown up. Nostalgia haunts his waking hours and he often reminisces about the happier times in his life. One day in wintertime, John sees a young man […]

PACIFIC LIGHT by David Mason Reviewed in Think Journal’s Winter/Spring 2023 Issue!

Date: March 15, 2023

“Pacific Light may be a summing up, but it is also a new beginning, a book that marvels at the world while confronting loss through the lens of joy. Though individually dazzling, its poems combine to stunning effect, equaling—or even surpassing—the very best in Mason’s superb body of work.” —Ned Balbo, Think Journal

PACIFIC LIGHT by David Mason Reviewed in Literary Matters!

Date: March 6, 2023

In Pacific Light, David Mason returns to a familiar theme: his conflicting desires to go places and to stay put. This master of the narrative poem, and a well-established voice in American letters, has, after building a reputation as a writer of the American West, moved to Tasmania.

MACLEISH SQ. by Dennis Must Reviewed in The U.S. Review of Books

Date: February 13, 2023

“At that moment we saw walking toward us a trio of bearded men in black robes mumbling to themselves what I inferred was the liturgy of The White Whale.” As he approaches the age of seventy—the final trimester of his life—memories of John Proctor’s childhood draw him back to the hometown he could not wait […]

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