Red Hen Press in NYC: Cornelia Street Cafe

Join Los Angeles-based, non-profit publisher Red Hen Press for an evening of reading at Cornelia Street Café. Featuring Red Hen authors Chelsey Clammer, Sebastian Matthews, and Kathline Carr.

Chelsey Clammer is the author of Circadian (October 3, 2017), winner of the inaugural Red Hen Press Nonfiction Award. Her work has appeared in Black Warrior Review, The Rumpus, McSweeney’s, Hobart, Essay Daily, and The Water~Stone Review, among more than one hundred other publications. She is the Essays Editor for The Nervous Breakdown, a reader for Creative Nonfiction magazine, and an online creative writing instructor for WOW! Women On Writing. Chelsey received her MFA in Creative Writing from Rainier Writing Workshop. She lives with her husband, writer Spencer Darr, in Austin, TX.
Sebastian Matthews is the author of a memoir, In My Father’s Footsteps, and two books of poetry, We Generous and Miracle Day. A new hybrid collection of poetry and prose, Beginner’s Guide to a Head-on Collision, comes out with Red Hen Press in the fall of 2017. In conjunction with Woolly Press, Matthews is currently serially publishing The Life & Times of American Crow, a “collage novel in 11 chapbooks.”
Kathline Carr is a writer and visual artist, and she is the author of Miraculum Monstrum (forthcoming from Red Hen Press, 2017), winner of the 2015 Clarissa Dalloway Book Prize. Carr’s writing and art have appeared in Alexandria Quarterly, Calyx, Connecticut Review, Hawaii Review, Earth’s Daughters, and elsewhere; she has exhibited in the Berkshires, New York City, Boston, Toronto, and at artSTRAND Gallery in Provincetown. Carr received her BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College, VT and holds an MFA in Visual  Arts from The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. She lives in North Adams, Massachusetts with her husband and sometimes-collaborator, figurative painter Jim Peters, and her youngest daughter, Mercedes.