Red Hen Press

Red Hen Press is committed to publishing works of literary excellence, supporting diversity, and promoting literacy in our local schools. We seek a community of readers and writers who are actively engaged in the essential human practice known as literature.

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Books

The Way a Line Hallucinates Its Own Linearity

by Danielle Vogel

Sugar, Smoke, Song

by Reema Rajbanshi

Worship the Pig

by Gaylord Brewer

Tea by the Sea

by Donna Hemans

Mostly Water

by Mary Odden

Boy Oh Boy

by Zachary Doss

Hold Me Tight

by Jason Schneiderman

In the Key of New York City: A Memoir in Essays

by Rebecca McClanahan

We Need to Talk: A Memoir about Wealth

by Jennifer Risher

After Rubén

by Francisco Aragon

Body of Render

by Felicia Zamora

Moon Jar

by Didi Jackson

Subduction

by Kristen Millares Young

The Skin of Meaning

by Keith Flynn

Rift Zone

by Tess Taylor

Her Sister's Tattoo

by Ellen Meeropol

Don't Go Crazy Without Me

by Deborah Lott

Glorious Boy

by Aimee Liu

Old Guy: Superhero

by William Trowbridge

Against the Wind

by Jim Tilley

Like Wings, Your Hands

by Elizabeth Earley

Living Things

by Landon Houle

Banjo Grease

by Dennis Must

Under Nushagak Bluff

by Mia Heavener

The Rib Joint: A Memoir in Essays

by Julia Koets

Pigs

by Johanna Stoberock

Calamity Joe

by Brendan Constantine

Fire Summer

by Thuy Da Lam

Exuberance

by Dolores Hayden

The Diviners

by Robert McDowell

Quiet Money

by Robert McDowell

Steller's Orchid

by Tom McGuire

Wayward

by Katharine Coles

Rattlesnake Allegory

by Joe Jimenez

Adamantine

by Naomi Foyle

Transatlantic Connections

by Theresa Welford

The Falls of the Wyona

by David Brendan Hopes

Flannelwood

by Raymond Luczak

Peripheral Vision

by Susan Kinsolving

Praising the Paradox

by Tina Schumann

Wild Honey, Tough Salt

by Kim Stafford

How to Get Over

by T'Ai Freedom Ford

Deciduous Qween

by Matty Layne Glasgow

Sex and Taipei City

by Yu-Han Chao

Bad Stories: What the Hell Just Happened to Our Country

by Marcos M. Villatoro

William Louis-Dreyfus passed away just days after completing his only book of poems, Letters Written and Not Sent.

by William Louis-Dreyfus

The World Began with Yes

by Erica Jong

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