News:

Rebecca McClanahan Interview at The Rumpus

Date: September 21, 2020

Nearly twenty years ago, I read an essay that has always stayed with me. The writer is reading a copy of Denise Levertov’s Evening Train, which she has checked out from the […]

“Fourth Estate” by Ellen Meeropol

Date: September 21, 2020

I first saw the painting 30 years ago, when I walked into friends’ tenth floor apartment on Manhattan’s upper west side. My children immediately hurried to the large window, excited […]

Steve Almond Upcoming Workshops

Date: September 14, 2020

Bad Stories: What the Hell Just Happened to Our Country is an exploration about a global problem with strong men and totalitarianism, Bad Stories, in a short lamentation by New […]

1 2 3 50

Reviews:

Foreword Review: Sugar, Smoke, Song

Date: July 13, 2020

Reema Rajbanshi’s debut novel-in-stories Sugar, Smoke, Song collects its thematically linked pieces into three clusters with recurring characters. The first group, starting with “The Ruins,” centers on beautiful Indo-Burmese identical […]

Donna Hemans, “Tea by the Sea” Review

Date: July 13, 2020

A new father walks out of the hospital with his day-old baby while the mother recuperates from giving birth. He tells a series of lies and moves houses or countries […]

Toward Antarctica Review

Date: July 13, 2020

“CAN’T JUST GO. Can’t, more to the point, just arrive, land. You must prepare yourself,” writes the poet Elizabeth Bradfield, in Toward Antarctica, a marvelous book of prose, poems, and photographs that document her tenure as […]

Blog Tour: Tea by the Sea

Date: July 1, 2020

Thank you to the following blogs for featuring Donna Heman’s Tea by the Sea! The Livre Café Jessica Belmont Fiction Matters Everyday I Write the Book Never Without A Book […]

KIRKUS: Tea by the Sea

Date: July 1, 2020

A young mother goes on a quest to track down the father of her child, who abducted their baby daughter shortly after her birth. When Plum Valentine is in high […]

RHINO: reviews After Rubén

Date: June 30, 2020

In the essay that caps his latest poetry collection, After Rubén, Francisco Aragón traces his relationship with the Nicaraguan poet Rubén Darío (1867-1916). From the initial gift of a handful […]

Anchorage Daily News: Review of Mostly Water

Date: June 30, 2020

The best memoirs invite us into the interesting minds of writers, carry us into territories we might not have tread ourselves and leave us with new perspectives on life. Some […]

1 2 3 4 5 61
Support Red Hen