Kelly Weber (she/they) is the author of We Are Changed to Deer at the Broken Place (forthcoming Tupelo Press, December 2022) and You Bury the Birds in My Pelvis, winner of the 2022 Omnidawn First/Second Book Prize (forthcoming October 2023).
The Center for Literary Publishing at CSU has been awarded a $10,000 Art Works grant from NEA to support national and regional publications in 2020. Click for the story.
~by Katherine Indermaur, Managing Editor, Center for Literary Publishing On Colorado State’s campus, the Center for Literary Publishing’s (CLP) interns work under the guidance of director and editor-in-chief Stephanie G’Schwind to publish new collections of poetry every year. Furthest Ecology, […]
~by Katherine Indermaur, Managing Editor, Colorado Review On Colorado State’s campus, the Center for Literary Publishing is the home of Colorado Review, a nationally recognized literary magazine. Colorado Review is published three times a year and features short fiction, essays, […]
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 […]
Greetings from the Indian Ocean! Andrew Altschul sends salutations from Semester at Sea. The MV World Odyssey is docked in Mauritius today, setting sail tonight for Cochin, India. You can follow their progress in real-time at www.marinetraffic.com. And the students […]
On August 28, Pam Coke co-presented the paper “Examining Attrition in English Education: A Qualitative Study of the Impact of Preparation, Persistence, and Dispositions in Teacher Education” with Heidi Frederiksen and Ann Sebald of the CSU Center for Educator Preparation […]
Dan Beachy-Quick will be on Colorado Matters on the Denver NPR station on May 11. Ellen Brinks has been invited to give a plenary talk at the conference “Forgotten Geographies in the Fin de Siècle, 1880-1920,” at Birkbeck College, University of […]
Leslee Becker received the University’s Jack E. Cermak Award for Advising. Stephanie G’Schwind is very proud to announce that Colorado Review will make a second Best American debut this year: Jonathan Franzen has selected “Namesake,” by Mason Stokes (Summer 2015 […]
~From English Department Communications Intern Ashley Afirevic While we pride ourselves on being part of a global community, Fort Collins is also wonderfully self-contained in a way. We have an abundance of art and culture right in our own city, […]