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News of Note: March 2019

A poem from Dan Beachy-Quick’s new project, “Canto,” has been accepted by TriQuarterly. He also be participated in a conversation about John Keats and negative capability at the University of Denver. Genesea Carter attended the Spilman Symposium on Issues in Teaching […]

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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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"Beautiful Flesh," a Review

~from Katie Haggstrom Last spring, CSU’s Center for Literary Publishing (CLP) released a collection of nonfiction essays titled Beautiful Flesh: A Body of Essays, edited by CLP Director Stephanie G’Schwind. As G’Schwind explains in her introduction, “With an oblique nod to […]

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Humans of Eddy: Katherine Indermaur

Katherine Indermaur MFA in Creative Writing, Poetry Managing Editor, Center for Literary Publishing What drew you to the Center for Literary Publishing and how did you first get involved? While I was studying English and creative writing as an undergraduate […]

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News of Note: Welcome to Fall 2017

Dan Beachy-Quick has poems accepted at Poetry, New England Review, and Cincinnati Review. Harrison Candelaria Fletcher had a couple of lyric essays published during the summer break – “Family Cookbook” in Florida Review and “Flight” in Somos en escrito. He also […]

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News of Note Week of May 8

The Center for Literary Publishing’s latest nonfiction anthology, Beautiful Flesh: A Body of Essays, will officially release May 15. The production team was Cedar Brant, Dana Chellman, Cory Cotten-Potter, Michelle LaCrosse, Morgan Riedl, and Stephanie G’Schwind. The book is available […]

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News of Note Week of March 27

Matthew Cooperman currently has new poems out in The Laurel Review and Saltfront, in print. Online, Mary: A Journal of New Writing, is featuring three of his poems at http://maryjournal.org/fall2016/?page_id=416 On Wednesday, April 5, Camille Dungy will present at the Newberry Library, […]

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News of Note Week of February 20

Sue Doe’s chapter, “What Works and What Counts: Valuing the Affective in Non Tenure-Track Advocacy,” co-authored with Maria Maisto and Janelle Adsit, was just published in Contingency, Exploitation, and Solidarity: Labor and Action in English Composition. Edited by Seth Kahn, William […]

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