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.

Weather Woman

by Cai Emmons

Brother Carnival

by Dennis Must


by Loren W. Cooper

The Dead Go to Seattle

by Vivian Faith Prescott

If Not for This

by Pete Fromm


by Lori Tobias

Into the Silence: The Fishing Story

by America Hart

On Hurricane Island

by Ellen Meeropol

The World's Smallest Bible

by Dennis Must

52 Men

by Louise Wareham Leonard

View from a Burning Bridge

by Sarah Goodyear

Lessons in Relationship Dyads

by Michael Mirolla

Earthquake I.D.

by John Domini


by Michael Quadland

Parnucklian for Chocolate

by B. H. James

Motel Girl

by Greg Sanders


by Cris Mazza

Unending Nora

by Julie Shigekuni

The Crawford County Sketchbook

by Tom Janikowski

Studies in the Hereafter

by Sean Bernard

Death of a Circus

by Chandra Prasad

An Age of Madness

by David Maine

Song for Chance

by John Van Kirk

That Was Then

by Michael Quadland

Trickle-Down Timeline

by Cris Mazza

Oh, Don't Ask Why

by Dennis Must

Fade to Black

by Josh Pryor

My Life in Clothes

by Summer Brenner


by Jim Knipfel

Tokyo Bay Traffic

by Cecile Rossant

About Face

by Cecile Rossant

A Well-Made Bed

by Abby Frucht

Stories of the Sky God

by Robert Reid

The Secretkeepers

by Charles Rammelkamp

Highway Trade

by John Domini

A Patrimony of Fishes

by Doug Lawson

Heads You Lose

by Edward Lewis

A Halfman Dreaming

by David Matlin

Doors: A Fiction for Jazz Horn

by Deena Metzger

The Meaning of Names

by Karen Shoemaker

La Fiction Anthology: Southland Stories by Southland Writers

by John Brantingham

The Mighty Currawongs

by Brian Doyle

Kinship of Clover

by Ellen Meeropol

Scissors, Paper, Stone

by Martha K. Davis

Trash Mountain

by Bradley Bazzle

Sugar Land

by Tammy Lynne Stoner

The Last Jewish Virgin: A Novel of Fate

by Janice Eidus