Cayden Clark-Johnson, a junior studying English Education, was awarded Best in Show: Written Work for his poetry collection Yellow Planet at CSU’s Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity 2023 Showcase.
Creative Writing MFA alums Brad Vogler and Sarah Green discuss their new project A Viewing Space and first book of poetry and photography, Quietly Between, with CSU’s Department of English.
CSU’s Department of English announces the Creative & Performing Arts Scholarship Winners: Marlene Moran, Georgia Riley-Burke, and Kobe Overby.
CSU English education graduate students and faculty present their research and lead sessions at NCTE 2022 in Anaheim, California.
This November, graduate students in the Department of English’s MFA program in Creative Writing – Jake Friedman, C Culbertson, and Chase Cate – swept the Distinction in Creativity honors awarded by the Graduate School and Vice President of Research.
In November, five graduate students and an alumna of the Department of English’s TEFL/TESL program presented their research alongside department faculty at the annual Colorado Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (CoTESOL) convention in Denver.
MFA alumna Katherine Indermaur’s first book, I|I, will be published by Seneca Review Books in November 2022.
Our new faculty spotlight features associate professor Todd Mitchell on his new book “Breakthrough” and fostering creativity among his students.
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 outbreak of COVID-19 in March set the stage for a summer at home for most people, including Andrew Altschul, who had spent the last eight years writing a novel, which he expected to publicize heavily with a tour of in-person reading events.