From the Fishouse is an audio archive showcasing emerging poets ("emerging" defined as poets with fewer than two books of poetry) reading their poetry and talking about writing. The goal is to give up-and-coming poets a wider audience, to provide the public with greater access to authors reading their own work, and to provide an educational resource to students and teachers of contemporary poetry. Check out their About page for more about their history, including where the fishy name comes from.
HFR is proud to see so many of our contributors from past issues featured on this very cool website, including Paul Guest, Ilya Kaminsky, Kazim Ali, Michael McGriff and Maria Hummel. Patrick Donnelly appears in our current issue. Listen to Elizabyth Hiscox and Oliver de la Paz, and then check out their printed work in our forthcoming issue, #44.