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.
CSU English senior Natalia Sperry recounts studying abroad, collaborations with professional writers, department community.
Poet and Colorado State University Distinguished Professor Camille Dungy has been chosen to read one of her poems as part of the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
CSU English professor and Guggenheim fellow Camille Dungy reads three poems in acknowledgment of the space we share with our planetary co-habitants.
Assistant Professor Ramona Ausubel captures the world and the human condition in books; she teaches students to do the same.
Erika Szymanski, assistant professor of rhetoric of science at CSU, uses language to make the invisible visible. That’s a challenge when you study microbes. Read more about microbiomes and about how our perceptions bring them into being.
In how to Dress a Fish, Abigail Chabitnoy examines effects of forced assimilation of Native American People on descendents like herself. Click for excerpts.
Creative writing and ethnic studies double major Xavier Hadley wins the annual Black/African American Cultural Center’s spoken word competition.
CSU professor delves into ‘love language’ of the Middle Ages By Gabe Saldana Lynn Shutters, assistant professor in the Department of English at Colorado State University, closes 2019 on the heels of two important accolades. Formerly a non-tenure-track special assistant […]
CSU student veteran faces personal struggle, leads Veterans Writing Workshop By Gabe Saldana Giving voice to veterans and those affected by military life has come to define “continue mission” for Ryan Lanham. The U.S. Army veteran is a second-year Master […]