About

Hazel Press is an independent publisher with a focus on the environment, the realities of climate change, feminism and the arts. Our books are available from London Review Bookshop.

“good poetry, like nature, requires constant renewal and regeneration”

Jeffrey Yang

We’re based in East Anglia and publish poetry, essays and interdisciplinary work, by invitation that is not only intelligent and inspiring but engages with a strong sense of place and the important ecological issues of our time. We seek to be collaborative and provocative.

We are delighted to announce that in November of 2020 we’ve published Sean Borodale’s essay, Re-Dreaming Sylvia Plath as a Queen Bee; Rootstalk by Ella Duffy, Field Notes by Anna Selby, and Matthew Hollis’ long poem, Leaves.

To Feel Winter
Maria Isakova Bennett is a positive force …
Flensing
Jane Lovell is an award-winning British poet …
Hazel Quartet
For a Merry Christmas have a Hazel …
A Human Root Where All Journeys Meet
Ermias Kifleyesus was born and raised in …

Artworks by Phil Goss