Rekindle the Classics is a free and open monthly series of casual discussions about works of classic literature. Click for times and locations.
The CSU Department of English’s Creative Writing Reading Series welcomes major literary voices to campus to share their work live on stage and to engage with the local community.
~from Frank Xia Today is the last day of April, and as such, it’s also the final day of our National Poetry Month celebration. It’s a day for us where joy and grief mix. What fun it’s been to spend a […]
Today the English department will be holding a very special celebration. Ellen Brinks is retiring this year, and as sad as we are to see her go, we are sending her off with our best wishes at this upcoming event. To […]
Today the English department will be holding a very special celebration. Judy Doenges is retiring this year, and as sad as we are to see her go, we are sending her off with our best wishes at this upcoming event. […]
As part of our celebration of National Poetry Month, we sent out an email to the English department and asked them a single question: “What is your favorite poem, and/or who is your favorite poet, and why?” In this edition is […]
~by Caitlyn BucknerBackstrom 1. Shonto Begay Video: Narrow Chimney “Religon by Hightline” By Shonto Begay “She is no stranger to Old Man Winter She has seen many winters It has been colder” Excerpt from Down Highway 163 Shonto Begay […]
~by Katherine Indermaur, Managing Editor, Center for Literary Publishing On Colorado State’s campus, the Center for Literary Publishing’s (CLP) interns work under the guidance of director and editor-in-chief Stephanie G’Schwind to publish new collections of poetry every year. Furthest Ecology, […]
Camille Dungy, a professor in CSU’s Department of English, has won another major honor: a Guggenheim Fellowship. On April 9, the Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation named Dungy among the 168 scholars, artists and writers […]
~by Frank Xia and Alister Matheson English major and department communications intern Frank Xia offers for our National Poetry Month celebration a poem he wrote based on a dream he had, written first in Chinese and then translated to English. […]