Phone: (626) 356-4760 Ext. ___
Fax: (626) 356-9974
P.O. Box 40820
Pasadena, CA 91114
1540 Lincoln Ave
Pasadena, CA 91103
Mark E. Cull
Publisher and Chief Operating Officer
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Mark E. Cull closely manages the Production, Design, and Accounting departments and works with the Board of Directors. As Publisher, he acts as Red Hen Press’s art director and supervises all book layouts and cover designs. Mark is responsible for all production and operation decisions.
Managing Editor and Executive Director
Dr. Kate Gale is co-founder and Managing Editor of Red Hen Press, Editor of the Los Angeles Review, and she teaches in the Low Residency MFA program at the University of Nebraska in Poetry, Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction and in the Ashland, Ohio MFA Program. She is author of seven books of poetry including The Goldilocks Zone from the University of New Mexico Press in 2014, and Echo Light from Red Mountain in 2014 and six librettos including Rio de Sangre, a libretto for an opera with composer Don Davis, which had its world premiere October 2010 at the Florentine Opera in Milwaukee.
As Executive Director, Kate oversees the Editorial, Development, and Marketing departments and collaborates with the Board of Directors. She is responsible for curating Red Hen’s prose and poetry titles, representing the Press at foreign rights book fairs, and fundraising.
Deputy and Marketing Director, Associate Editor
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Tobi Harper is Deputy Director of Red Hen Press, Founder and Editor of Quill, Publisher of The Los Angeles Review, and Instructor in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program for Publishing and Editing. Tobi specialized in queer theory and literature of the environment throughout their academic studies, culminating in the master’s thesis: “‘What is it?’: Examining Narrative Shifts in Twentieth-Century Genderqueer Novels.” As a genderqueer and neurodivergent speaker, event curator, literary warrior, tech wiz, and jello wrestler, Tobi enjoys the diversity of experiences that life has to offer.
As Marketing Director, Tobi serves as Red Hen Press’s main contact with our international distributor, Ingram Publisher Services. As Deputy Director, they lead the staff team, represent the Press at sales conferences and literary festivals, and double as our in-house tech support.
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Monica Fernandez graduated from the University of California, Irvine cum laude with a BA in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing, and from City University London with a MA in Creative Writing and Publishing. She has had several short fiction and creative nonfiction pieces published in The Chaffey Review, Rind Literary Magazine, Scribendi, The Left Coast Review, Creepy Gnome, and Pure Slush Magazine’s Envy anthology. She is Filipino-American, a proud Hufflepuff, and a film and theatre enthusiast.
Monica manages the media and publicity of all Red Hen’s books. She pioneers the Red Hen Reading Series in Pasadena, CA, arranges our participation in literary events across the country, promotes book news, reviews, and press publicity across our social media networks and contacts, connects authors with media and interview opportunities, and liaises with Foreign Rights and Film Rights agents for prospective sale of language and film rights.
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Tansica Sunkamaneevongse served as Red Hen Press’s Marketing/Publicity Intern in September 2017 before being promoted to Marketing Assistant in 2018, and later Marketing Associate in 2021. As Marketing Associate she specializes in award submissions, manages presales, and works closely with the Deputy Director and Media Manager. Tansica attended Pasadena City College before earning her Bachelor’s of Arts in English from California State University, Long Beach in 2017. In December 2019, she joined The Los Angeles Review as Co-Book Review Editor.
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Rebeccah Sanhueza began as an Editorial Intern in March 2018 before moving to the positions of Editorial Assistant and Development Assistant in April and August of 2018, respectively. A 2015 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, with a BA in English, she has worked for several years as a college English tutor, elementary school literacy coach, and freelance editor. In December 2019, she joined the Los Angeles Review as Production Editor. Her poetry and short fiction has also been published in Inscape magazine. An unapologetic coffee addict and a content student of Stoicism, Rebeccah also enjoys weight lifting, cooking, and the thrill of overcoming challenges.
Rebeccah supervises all stages of manuscript copy editing, coordinates and facilitates Red Hen’s awards, and is responsible for donor cultivation and the management of private fundraising events.
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Amanda De Vries
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Amanda De Vries began as a Bookkeeping intern in the Accounting department at Red Hen Press in December 2018 before moving to the position of Bookkeeper in January of 2019. She received an Associates of Arts in Liberal Arts in 2006 and an Associates of Science in Accounting in 2018, both from College of the Desert in Palm Desert.
Amanda reports to the head publisher, Mark E. Cull. She monitors and reconciles Red Hen’s finances, maintains inventory upkeep, and tracks royalties statements.
Ariadne Makridakis Arroyo
Writing in the Schools Coordinator
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Ariadne Makridakis Arroyo is a poet of Greek and Guatemalan descent who graduated from Occidental College magna cum laude with a BA in Critical Theory & Social Justice. Her work has been featured in Twisted Moon Magazine, Evocations Review, Feast Magazine, Stellium Literary Magazine, and Stonecoast Review, and she is a recipient of the 2019 Argonaut Summer Research/Creative Writing Fellowship. Although born in Los Angeles, she grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, and she is a plant and astrology enthusiast.
Ariadne began in literary programming and community engagement through her time with Oxy Arts, Occidental College’s community-based arts hub, and Avenue 50 Studio, an art gallery in Highland Park, where she organized open mics that explored the intersection between social justice and poetry. At Red Hen, she oversees the Writing in the Schools (WITS) program, connecting published authors that provide poetry workshops to underserved classrooms in the greater Los Angeles area, while also supporting the Development team.
Nancy Boutin (Board Chair)
Mark E. Cull (Publisher)
Kate Gale (Managing Editor)
Carolyn L. Forché
Lawson Fusao Inada
X.J. (Joseph Charles) Kennedy
Karen Tei Yamashita