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Sue Doe, professor in the Department of English, now serves as a representative voice for around 1,500 CSU faculty members in her new role as Faculty Council chair at Colorado State University.
Student-veteran Ryan Lanham continues his mission by giving voice to others affected by military life through the Veterans Writing Workshop. Click to join.
In how to Dress a Fish, Abigail Chabitnoy examines effects of forced assimilation of Native American People on descendents like herself. Click for excerpts.
Creative writing and ethnic studies double major Xavier Hadley wins the annual Black/African American Cultural Center’s spoken word competition.
CSU English Assistant Professor Lynn Shutters is a Thomas Mark Scholar specializing in gender, sexuality, marriage and changing cultural norms in the Middle Ages. Click for the story.
Order Colorado Review now by clicking here. The fall/winter 2019 issue of Colorado Review is now available to order! This issue features poetry, prose, & nonfiction from exceptional writers such as Mary Grimm, Oindrila Mukherjee, Bill Capossere, Linda Russo and […]
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.
The New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project examines the legacy and lasting effects of slavery on American life through a compilation of writing and imagery. This past week, the project published a poem by Colorado State University English Professor Camille T. Dungy. She is one […]