Showing posts with label Red Hen Press. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Red Hen Press. Show all posts

Monday, February 28, 2011

The Los Angeles Review Wants Your Writing

The Los Angeles Review, the fabulous literary journal of Red Hen Press, notified us that they are seeking submissions for their 10th issue:
  • Nonfiction: We seek essay, memoir, and commentary told as compelling, focused, sustained narrative in a distinctive voice, rich with detail.
  • Fiction: We’re looking for to hard-to-put-down shorties under 500 words and lengthier shorts up to 4,000 words–lively, vivid, excellent literary fiction.
  • Poetry: Please submit 3-5 poems that will surprise us, wow us, and make us wish we’d written them ourselves.
  • Book Reviews: We welcome queries to review new and recent books. We are especially interested in authors and works that are connected in some way to the Los Angeles or Southern California regions.
  • Translations: Please submit 3-5 translated pieces that open the writer’s original vision to an English-speaking audience; the writing may include poetry, novel excerpts, short stories, essays or interviews.
Full guidelines are available at

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

"Written in California"

Join Pasadena's own Red Hen Press for an evening of poetry and art at the Pasadena Museum of California Art this Thursday, May 27th at 7:00 p.m.

Readings by California poets Eloise Klein Healy, Brendan Constantine, and Douglas Kearney.  Moderated by Andrea Scarpino.

Admission is FREE and the gallery will be open one hour prior to the event.

Pasadena Museum of California Art
Pasadena CA 91101