HLP Proves That Young Writers Are Important

Published June 19, 2022

If you haven’t read former intern Marina Chen’s interview with editors Caroline, Dick and Mark on how Hanging Loose has managed to stay fresh and potent through six decades of publishing, check it out at Rain Taxi: https://bit.ly/3GvakbJ

Founded in 1966 by Robert Hershon, Emmett Jarrett, Dick Lourie, and Ron Schreiber, Hanging Loose Press has put hundreds of books and magazines into the world, much of it focused on emerging writers—including high school writers, regularly included in Hanging Loose magazine. The independent press that first published Sherman Alexie, Cathy Park Hong, Maggie Nelson, and many others, proves year after year that young writers are as important to them as their roster of professionals, even after six decades of publishing.

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