A package from Red Hen Press

I met with Red Hen Press managing editor Kate Gale a few weeks ago, at the tail end of her stint speaking to Stonecoast MFA students here in Maine. We talked about the state of independent publishing, taking risks on books (and authors), and a shared love of Anne Carson (my appreciation is thanks to Nina, who happened to review a Red Hen book last month).

This afternoon, I received a delicious-looking package from Red Hen, chock full of books whose spines I can't wait to crack. Among them, there's Ludlow, by David Mason, a novel-in-verse about the Ludlow Massacre of 1914; View from A Burning Bridge, a novel by Sarah Goodyear that takes place in Maine; and Motel Girl, by Greg Sanders, a book of bizarre short stories.

Like Christmas! 

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