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Red Hen Press

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Red Hen Press is an independent, nonprofit publisher that publishes 25-30 books of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction each year.

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Red Hen Press, located in Pasadena, CA, is a renowned brand that is committed to publishing literary excellence, promoting diversity, and fostering literacy in local schools. With a strong focus on literature, Red Hen Press aims to create a community of engaged readers and writers. Having acknowledged the indigenous roots of the Los Angeles region, Red Hen Press respects and honors the ancestral land of the Tongva, Gabrielino, and Kizh people.


For the past 29 years, Red Hen Press has played a vital role in the literary world. Founded by Dr. Kate Gale and Mark E.


Cull in 1994, the press started by championing talented writers who had been overlooked by larger publishers. Since then, the organization has grown immensely, publishing approximately twenty-five books per year and distributing them internationally. Notable authors who have been published by Red Hen Press include Aimee Liu, Martha Cooley, Chris Abani, and Katharine Coles.


Red Hen Press also actively engages with the literary community through its various programs. They host nearly thirty literary events annually, featuring both established and emerging writers. Additionally, their Writing in the Schools (WITS) program provides free creative writing workshops and books to underserved students, showcasing their work in a professionally bound anthology.


The press also operates The Los Angeles Review (LAR), an online literary journal that showcases fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Red Hen Press embraces independent literature and provides prestigious literary awards, totaling $13,000 in prizes, to emerging writers each year. Winners of these awards are guaranteed book publication, further supporting and promoting the work of individuals in the literary community.


For those passionate about independent literature, Red Hen Press offers opportunities to make a difference through donations and internships. Stay connected with Red Hen Press through social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

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Nonprofit

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2-10

Year Founded

1994

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