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Interview with Amira Pierce

Nov, 06 2014 | no responses

 by Anitra Ingham, Colorado Review Associate Editor “Anything Good Is a Secret,” selected by Kent Nelson as the winner of the 2014 Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction, appears in the Fall/Winter 2014 issue of Colorado Review. The author, Amira Pierce, generously agreed to share her thoughts on the story with Associate Editor Anitra Ingham.   [...]

March Podcast: Edward Hamlin’s “Night in Erg Chebbi” (Live)

Mar, 24 2014 | no responses

Remember that time you got tickets to see your favorite band live at that arena? Remember how you wore the t-shirt of the band you were going to see? Remember how all of your friends laughed at you and called you a square/poser/lame-stream? Remember how they were all wearing Misfits t-shirts? In fact, remember how [...]

Interview with Edward Hamlin, 2013 Nelligan Prize Winner

Dec, 07 2013 | no responses

Colorado Review Associate Editor Anitra Ingham talks with Edward Hamlin about his prize-winning story, “Night in Erg Chebbi,” which you can read here.   Anitra Ingham: What inspired “Night in Erg Chebbi”? That is, how did the story originate? Edward Hamlin: I’ve been fascinated for some time with two themes that come together in the [...]

November Podcast: Matthew Shaer reads “Ghosts”

Nov, 03 2012 | no responses

Dear friends, Did you accidentally eat yourself into a Halloween candy coma this week? If so, don’t worry about it. It’s not your fault. It was bound to happen. That said, gosh do I have just the thing for you! What better to accompany you on the couch in your gastronomical misery than the November [...]

An Interview with Katherine Hill

Mar, 22 2011 | no responses

Colorado Review Associate Editor Lauren Gullion interviews Katherine Hill, winner of the 2010 Nelligan Prize for her story “Waste Management” (selected by Andrea Barrett).

New Offering from NewPages

Feb, 24 2011 | no responses

Enter LitPak, a rather nifty service from NewPages that debuted earlier this month. Here, available for viewing or download from a single page, are nearly two dozen PDFs advertising contests and calls for submission pertaining to February.

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