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One of our favorite poets, Camille Dungy, reading some of her poetry.

Camille Dungy wins Guggenheim Fellowship

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 […]

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Portrait of Camille Dungy

Black History Month: Camille Dungy

Last year, during Black History Month, Camille Dungy helped us celebrate by sharing a reading list, Ten Essential Black Authors to Read During Black History Month— and Every Month. The year before that, we featured her during Women’s History Month. We’ve also […]

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News of Note Week of August 27

A section from Dan Beachy-Quick’s essay on Marcel Duchamp and Hell is being featured at The Humble Essayist: https://www.the-humble-essayist.com The opening sections of a long abecedarian are up on the wonderful new journal from Split/Level Texts: http://splitleveltexts.com/journal Tatiana Nekrasova-Beker and […]

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Front of Eddy Hall on the first day of fall 2018 classes

News of Note, Week of August 20

Welcome back! 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 […]

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News of Note April 2018

Dan Beachy-Quick has a short essay up at The Brooklyn Rail, part of a critic’s section curated by Ann Lauterbach, on Why Poetry Now: https://brooklynrail.org/2018/04/criticspage/Crisis-of-the-Poetic-Now EJ Levy’s hybrid essay, “Natural World,” which appeared in Passages North, has been awarded a […]

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Stacks of books, on the floor and on shelves, with a path through the center

National Poetry Month: Camille Dungy

As we mentioned yesterday, we are spending this week highlighting our “local” poets (faculty and alumni). We sent a short set of questions to each, and will be posting their responses. Today we are sharing what Camille Dungy had to say. […]

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News of Note for March 2018

Stephanie G’Schwind’s National Endowment for the Arts grant application, on behalf of the Center for Literary Publishing, was funded for $15,000. The grant will fund two issues of Colorado Review and the most recent title in the Mountain West Poetry […]

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