Colorado State University Center for Literary Publishing

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The Case for the Audiobook

Sep, 21 2016 | no responses

By Alex Morrison, Colorado Review Associate Editor It is no secret that graduate students spend a majority of their time reading, rarely for fun, and often more than a book a week. We all develop different strategies to cope with an ever-increasing workload, whether by learning to read on the go, the art of skimming, or [...]

May Print Never Die

Jan, 22 2016 | no responses

by Chelsea Hansen, Colorado Review Editorial Assistant Every time I move I’m amazed by the amount of books I own; more than half of my boxes will be full of books. They recently graduated, after my last move, from orderly piles on the floor to a second bookshelf, which has room for approximately four more [...]