March 2018 Podcast: Spring 2018 Fiction Chat with Steven Schwartz
Mar, 28 2018 | no responses
In our March episode, fiction editor Steven Schwartz joins podcast editor Meghan Pipe to chat about the four stories in Colorado Review’s Spring 2018 issue—Caitlin Fitzpatrick’s “The Laws of Motion,” Timothy Hedges’s “Category Five,” Hester Kaplan’s “Daylight Saving,” and Jaeden Langlois’s “An Offering to the Mother Goddess Danu.” Listen to the podcast here: Episode 34. […]
Novels, Short Stories, and Me
Jan, 26 2018 | no responses
I will always marvel at all you short story writers out there, who make me feel intense emotions in such a small amount of space and time. There’s a special magic in them that has taught me lessons about novel writing before I’ve even had a chance to realize I was learning them.
January 2018 Podcast: Katie M. Flynn’s “Island Rule,” 2017 Winner of the Nelligan Prize
Jan, 24 2018 | no responses
In January’s episode, podcast editor Lauren Matheny reads Katie M. Flynn’s “Island Rule,” winner of the 2017 Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction, from the Fall/Winter 2017 issue. Listen to the podcast here: Episode 32. Become a subscriber to the Colorado Review podcast! Just search “Colorado Review” in the iTunes store or follow this link.
October 2017 Podcast: Katherine Hill’s “Waste Management”
Oct, 31 2017 | no responses
In October’s episode, podcast editor Meghan Pipe dives into the archives to read Katherine Hill’s “Waste Management,” winner of the 2010 Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction (Fall/Winter 2010 issue). Then, Hill joins in via phone to chat about the Nelligan Prize and how her writing life has unfolded since winning. Listen to the podcast here: […]
Women in Art
Mar, 31 2017 | no responses
Seeking out female writers isn’t something I’ve done consciously per se, rather the work I find so fascinating, the work I think is most exciting and brave and honest right now, happens to be by women and this feels important and true to me.
Area Poet Admits to Reading Fiction
Mar, 24 2017 | no responses
By Colorado Review Associate Editor Zach Yanowitz I’m a poet. I’m in graduate school for poetry. As a result, that’s largely what I write and read. Sure, I’ve been obsessively keeping up with the news for the last few months and I read my fair share of comic books, but part of me sort of […]