Join Elizabeth Hershon, Jiwon Choi, Joan Larkin and Barbara Henning at FiveMyles for a reading and dialogue on the kindredness of words and images.
For over 50 years every title published by the press has been kept in print.
For more than half a century, Hanging Loose has championed the work of authors marginalized by mainstream publishing—work frequently less visible, whether because of gender, race, age, class or socioeconomic status. We continue today, in pursuit of this mission, to look for ways of broadening our creative and cultural scope.
Dan O’Brien is an internationally produced and published playwright, poet, and nonfiction writer whose recognition in playwriting includes a Guggenheim Fellowship and two PEN America Awards. O’Brien’s poetry collections are the newly published Survivor’s Notebook (Acre Books), Our Cancers (Acre Books), Scarsdale (Measure Press & CB Editions), New Life (Hanging Loose Press & CB Editions), and War Reporter (Hanging Loose Press & CB Editions), which in the UK received the Fenton Aldeburgh Prize and was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection.
Harley Elliott, Hanging Loose Press author of Darkness at Each Elbow, Animals That Stand in Dreams, and The Mercy of Distance is exhibiting his Allies series at the Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery in Salina, Kansas.
You be the judge at this official Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event! Yearnings of a Chat Bot: The romantic ideation of the half human/half robot is one that we have been musing since computerized...