Lynn Badia’s co-edited collection, Climate Realism: The Aesthetics of Weather and Atmosphere in the Anthropocene, is under contract with Routledge. It is scheduled for publication in 2019.
Anthony Becker and Tatiana Nekrasova-Becker recently had their research article, titled “Investigating the Effect of Different Selected-response Item Formats for Reading Comprehension,” accepted in Educational Assessment. “It only took 2.5 years, but we believe it was worth it!”
Kelly Bradbury led a workshop titled “Fostering Intellectualism in a Culture of Anti-Intellectualism” at the June 2018 AEPL Conference in Estes Park, CO.
In early August Matthew Cooperman and Aby Kaupang launched their new book, NOS (disorder, not otherwise specified) at a couple of events in NYC. They will do a Fort Collins launch on Friday Sept. 14, with poet Laynie Brown, at Old Firehouse Books, at 6pm. More on NOS can be found here: http://www.futurepoem.com/books/nos-disorder-not-otherwise-specified
EJ Levy is delighted to be included in The Spirit of Disruption: Landmark Essay from The Normal School, released this month, a terrific teaching anthology of Creative Nonfiction with Lia Purpura, Ander Monson, Jerald Walker, Elena Passarello, and Brenda Miller, among others; she also read at Kenyon College this summer as part of Kenyon Review‘s Summer Writers’ Conference.
Kelly Weber’s essay “Last Notes on the Daybook of Water” appeared in Upstreet no. 14 this summer.
Mary Crow has had a poem, “The Fly Or Beside the Sea of What Next”, accepted for publication in the Saranac Review. Two of her poems, “Michelangelo’s Last Pieta” and “Theory of the Mammalian Figure”, accepted by Ghost Town.
Bill Tremblay has had poems accepted for publication: “December 16” in Truck: an online magazine. Guest Edited by Philip Garrison. January, 2018. “High Requiem” and “My Father Drives me to Amherst,” in Resonance: a Franco-American e-journal [University of Maine: 201 “To One Who Fears Cameras,” in Re-Dactions: Poetry & Poetics. Mississippi State. #22. Spring, 2018.
Colin Raunig (MFA SP18) just published this personal essay on Popula. It’s inspired by the 160 Navy funeral honors he performed while in the Navy Reserves and while a grad student at CSU: https://popula.com/2018/07/26/good-at-funerals/