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News & Reviews Archive - Red Hen Press


Tennessee Waltz: John Bowers Looks Homeward

Date: December 16, 2009

Chronogram Magazine reveiws Love in TennesseeTennessee WaltzJohn Bowers Looks Homewardby Nina Shengold and photographs by Jennifer May, November 25, 2009American literature has its own railroad map, with tracks that meander from Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg, Ohio, through Willa Cather’s Nebraska to Jack London’s Alaska. Readers can add a new whistle-stop: John Bowers’s Tennessee.It’s no accident that […]

15th Anniversary Champagne Brunch

Date: October 28, 2009

Red Hen Press invites you to celebrate our 15th Anniversary Luncheon and Awards Ceremony featuring Mark Doty, Naseem Rakha, Carolyn See, and Alicia Ostriker Sunday November 1, 2009 11am The Luxe Hotel Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles, CA The event benefits our Writing in the Schools Program. Red Hen Press is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Tickets […]

Nickole Brown Wins NEA Fellowship

Date: December 8, 2008

Nickole Brown, author of Sister (Red Hen Press, 2007), was awarded a $25,000 NEA Fellowship for 2009. For more information, please see:

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EcoLit Books Reviews Thea Prieto’s FROM THE CAVES!

Date: January 31, 2023

The end of the world is not for the faint of heart, and neither is Thea Prieto’s bold and beautiful novella about four humans pushed to the limits of climate catastrophe. Echoing the style of myths and examining the power of storytelling, From the Caves is about Sky, a young man coming of age and learning how […]

Eamon Grennan’s PLAINCHANT reviewed in Good River Review!

Date: January 24, 2023

In his gripping new poetry collection Plainchant, Eamon Grennan weaves a revelatory narrative, rich with precise detail, layered symbolism, and evocative imagery. Plainchant is a powerful compilation of personal reflections. Through his keen observations of the natural world, Grennan captures earth’s vibrant creatures, great and small. An undeniable master of his craft, Grennan is the […]

Dennis Must’s MacLeish Sq. reviewed by Dactyl Review!

Date: January 24, 2023

Edward Said, writing about Beethoven’s late style, defined late style as that time wherein the artist freed from the expected cultural and historical restraints of form and content unleashes a newness that both confounds and instructs. Dennis Must has achieved that hour of newness in MacLeish Sq (Red Hen Press, 209 pages). With its visual complexities coupled […]

Brown Alumni Magazine reviews Diane Thiel’s QUESTIONS FROM OUTER SPACE!

Date: January 24, 2023

Thiel’s third full-length poetry collection, and her twelfth book, arrives bristling with navigable strangeness and open-ended questions. The 67 sometimes otherworldly poems here weave through biology, parenting, the pandemic, world travel, life on Zoom, growing up in the South, the multiverse, and the fate of the earth, among other subjects.

Publishers Weekly reviews Artem Mozgovoy’s SPRING IN SIBERIA!

Date: January 24, 2023

Mozgovoy’s superb debut follows a boy’s coming-of-age as the U.S.S.R. crumbles. Alexey feels like an alien living in Taiga, Siberia. Born in 1985, he grows up in poverty and witnesses the Union’s decline, noticing at age six how factories are closing and people no longer know what to do with themselves. He develops a fondness […]

Asian Review of Books reviews FUTURE LIBRARY: CONTEMPORARY INDIAN WRITING, edited by Anjum Hasan and Sampurna Chattarji!

Date: January 3, 2023

A new anthology of Indian authors writing in, and translating into, English, Future Library: Contemporary Indian Writing creates a new sense of contemporariness on the Indian literary scene. This arrangement distinguishes the book from other anthologies of Indian literature which are for the most part organized around a linguistic binary: they are collections either of Indian writing […]

Francesca Bell’s WHAT SMALL SOUND receives a Kirkus Starred Review!

Date: January 3, 2023

A moving and musical set of poetic works. Bell’s second collection of poems offers a portrait of motherhood, devastation, and hope.  The author­’s first collection of poems, Bright Stain (2019),was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award and the Julia Suk Award. Her newest book is a testament to her finely tuned poetic talent as she […]


Date: January 3, 2023

Sometime Dead Can Dance drummer Peter Ulrich takes a detailed trip back in time, to catalogue the band’s journey from shoe-string budget experimentalists to internationally esteemed sound artists.  Peter Ulrich describes his suburban upbringing in Harrow. He dabbles in music as a teenager and dips his toes into arts marketing as a theatre press officer. […]

North of Oxford reviews David Mason’s PACIFIC LIGHT

Date: January 3, 2023

Mason is a poet defined by place, if it is Southeast Asia on the Pacific Rim or Northwest America, his poems breathe life of the people around him as well as the nature he observes and partakes in. Careful observation and craft abounds in these poems.

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