EJ Levy’s story collection, Love, In Theory, has been named a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award for Debut Fiction; winners will be announced in June. She read from the collection last month as part of the Virginia Festival of the […]
A group of CSU graduate students has been working hard to promote literacy in the Fort Collins community and abroad, and their work will soon pay off with the distribution of books through World Book Night on April 23. The […]
“Working in the World of Publishing” Monday, April 22nd, 4:00-5:30 pm Lory Student Center Room 211E The Department of English and College of Liberal Arts are hosting an event featuring a panel of successful, local professionals in the publishing world. […]
The CSU English Department is now on Facebook and waiting for your “Likes”! Just follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CSU-Department-of-English/490851710933819. We have all the latest campus events, the Rambler, summer courses, readings, and photographs of faculty, staff, and students up there. Soon to come […]
Leslee Becker and Sarah Sloane, Co-Chairs, Awards Committee, are pleased to announce that Tobi Jacobi, Matt Bradley, and Leif Sorenson have won the following College of Liberal Arts Awards: Tobi Jacobi, Distinction in Outreach Award. Matt Bradley, Excellence in Teaching Award, GTA Category. Leif Sorenson, […]
Two sections of Felicia Zamora’s (MFA 2012) longer poem “Are we? Alone is but a state.” have been selected for publication at Puerto del Sol and her piece “Ballad of Conjure” was chosen by Gina Ochsner, guest editor, to be […]
Ellen Brinks’s new book, Anglophone Indian Women Writers, 1870-1920, has been published by Ashgate Press.
Antero Garcia was featured in a recent video interview for the MacArthur Foundation’s Digital Media and Learning initiative. He discussed classroom pedagogy and mobile media use in the video found here: http://dmlcentral.net/blog/whitney-burke/public-school-classrooms-incubators-social-learning
EJ Levy’s debut collection, Love, In Theory, has been named a finalist for the Edmund White Award; Iowa Review recently called the book “enthralling” (iowareview.uiowa.edu/reviews/feb-05-2013/ej_levys_love_in_theory).
Tobi Jacobi and Stephanie Becker’s essay, “Rewriting Confinement: Feminist and Queer Critical Literacy in SpeakOut! Writing Workshops,” appears in the Winter 2012 issue of Radical Teacher.