Carrying It Through
Oct, 06 2014 | no responses
by Jayla Rae Ardelean, Colorado Review Associate Editor Sometimes I open up our nonfiction submissions queue and see “bird” in the title of an essay. My instinct is to click on it and dive in immediately. Around here, people know that the bulk of what I write about is birds, birding, and loving birds. (And [...]
November Podcast: Regina Drexler’s “Landslide”
Nov, 21 2013 | no responses
You know, I thought about switching up the music on this edition of Selections from Colorado Review. I thought, You know what’ll really get everyone all bent out of shape? If I put Christmas music on the podcast before Thanksgiving. That’ll really get ‘em riled up. Anyone who has ever blogged professionally knows that riled [...]
Toward an Environmental Nonfiction
Nov, 06 2013 | no responses
To say the Everglades are in trouble or the Florida panther is endangered are half-truths because such statements leave us humans out of the equation. We forget that what happens to the swamp and the wild cat happens to us.
September Podcast: Jessamyn Hope’s “The Running of the Brides”
Sep, 05 2013 | no responses
Back to school, back to school, you’re not too cool to go back to school. If you’re like me, then you’re not cool at all; however, you are—for once in your life—on time for something. That’s right! It’s the return of Selections from Colorado Review. This month’s podcast features Jessamyn Hope’s essay “The Running of the [...]
An Interview with Peggy Shinner
Mar, 03 2011 | no responses
Colorado Review Editorial Assistant R. B. Moreno interviews Peggy Shinner, whose essay “Leopold and Shinner” appears in our Fall/Winter 2010 issue (an excerpt from this essay follows the interview).
In an Age of Great Nonfiction Writing, Too Much Nonfiction Writing?
Feb, 24 2011 | 2 responses
Thirty-seven books of poetry. Eighteen novels and short story collections. One book of reportage: Framing Innocence: A Mother’s Photographs, a Prosecutor’s Zeal, and a Small Town’s Response.