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News & Reviews Archive - Red Hen Press

News:

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 poetry. To read the full interview, click

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 interview, click

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

Eloise Klein Healy featured on Public Poetry Announcement

Date: June 28, 2013

Eloise Klein Healy’s "Asking About You" is featured on Public Poetry Announcement, a radio show broadcasting from the Center For Poetry at Michigan State's Residential College in the Arts and Humanities. To listen to the broadcast, click

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Reviews:

IF I WERE THE OCEAN, I’D CARRY YOU HOME by Pete Hsu Reviewed on Patch!

Date: December 5, 2022

A refreshing book, I thought – a collection of short stories that this reviewer started from the beginning rather than picking and choosing which story to read next, based on the title. The titles are intriguing and the tone of several stories is not exactly threatening or scary but placed me back in my childhood […]

QUESTIONS FROM OUTER SPACE by Diane Thiel Reviewed in the Florida Review!

Date: November 30, 2022

Diane Thiel’s third collection of poetry, Questions from Outer Space, comes after an interlude during which the poet devoted her energies to a travel memoir (The White Horse) and the translation of contemporary Greek fiction. Her first two collections (Echolocations and Resistance Fantasies) garnered acclaim, including the Nicholas Roerich Award, for their intelligence, wit, wordplay, and attention to […]

Adam Kirsch’s THE DISCARDED LIFE reviewed in Literary Matters!

Date: November 30, 2022

The evolution of blank verse from Milton to Wordsworth, via Cowper, was not solely a change in diction and subject matter. Even as classical and biblical themes were displaced by a sense of personal mythos—and even while plain speech triumphed over grammatical inversions—so, too, was there a recalibration of meter. At least as riveting as […]

David Mason’s PACIFIC LIGHT Reviewed in LA Review of Books!

Date: November 21, 2022

A POET KNOWN for his narratives, like Ludlow, the acclaimed historical-novel-in-verse turned opera, David Mason curates the archipelago of intensely satisfying lyric poems in Pacific Light with the skill of a consummate storyteller. His imaginative sweep is evident in “The Air in Tasmania,” set in his adopted home of Australia, where “the land / takes flying lessons from […]

The Friday Poem recommends Ron Koertge’s I DREAMED I WAS EMILY DICKINSON’S BOYFRIEND

Date: November 21, 2022

Koertge inhabits – and endows – his various subjects with insight and humour, dealing out poems in the voices of car crash dummies, Aphrodite, Mickey Mouse, Little Red Riding Hood, and the Bride of Frankenstein, among others. All this sounds as if the collection is a laugh-a-minute, superficial thing. It’s not. It is funny, yes, […]

David Mas Masumoto and Patricia Wakida’s SECRET HARVESTS Receives a Starred Kirkus Review!

Date: November 17, 2022

A simultaneously elegant and sharp-edged exploration of the hidden past. “I am haunted by gaps in family memories, nebulous responses and twisted behavior that must be examined within the context of history—not to uncover excuses but rather reveal family baggage we all must carry and learn to live with,” writes Masumoto near the beginning of […]

Pamela Uschuk’s REFUGEE Earns a Kirkus Star!

Date: November 17, 2022

A mordantly tender triumph rich with natural imagery. Uschuk’s poetry collection calls out authoritarianism and social injustice. This moving set of poems offer messages of hope as it addresses timely issues. It’s divided into four sections—“Skull Song,” “Axis,” “Liquid Book of the Dead,” and “Speaking of Angels and Ghosts”—and deals with a broad spectrum of […]

PEN America Interviews John Weir, Author of YOUR NOSTALGIA IS KILLING ME!

Date: November 14, 2022

The title of your book Your Nostalgia is Killing Me, seems to be an ironic one. The protagonist’s nostalgia is seemingly running havoc on his own life. He can’t escape revisiting the past and all the losses he has incurred: losses in love, familial losses, and the loss wrought by the AIDS epidemic.

TENDER GRAVITY by Marybeth Holleman Reviewed in the Colorado Review!

Date: November 9, 2022

Though Marybeth Holleman is the author of several nonfiction books centering around environmental issues and her chosen home of Alaska, tender gravity is her debut collection of poetry. Its title is drawn from its opening poem, “The Beating Heart, Minus Gravity,” wherein the speaker experiences a dream, or perhaps a nightmare, of “diving / to the blue […]

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