An Interview with Colorado Review Contributor Bill Capossere, Author of “Roadmap”

Our associate editor Michelle LaCrosse recently reached out to Bill, after reading several of his essays published in CR, to learn more about his writing style, favorite metaphors, influential teachers and published works, and more. Michelle LaCrosse: The fall 2019 issue of CR will include your essay “Roadmap.” How did the idea come to you? […]

December 2019 Podcast: Fall/Winter 2019 Features

In our December episode, podcast hosts Evan Senie and Daniel Schonning are joined by assistant editor Mike Moening to explore the Fall/Winter 2019 issue of Colorado Review. Join them as they read selections from Franz Jørgen Neumann, Bill Capossere, Anthony Dipietro, and Emma Hine. Click here to listen on Blubrry or, click here to listen on iTunes. You can […]

Colorado Review Fall/Winter 2019

In every fall issue we celebrate and publish the winning story from the year’s Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction, established to honor the memory of writer, scholar, and literary editor Liza Nelligan, an alumna of Colorado State University’s English Department. In this issue, we are delighted to present the prize’s sixteenth winner, Bryna Cofrin-Shaw’s “Loss […]

Man in the Moon: Essays on Fathers & Fatherhood

By Stephanie G’Schwind, Editor The Center for Literary Publishing is perhaps best known for Colorado Review and the poetry books we publish for the Colorado Prize for Poetry and the Mountain West Poetry Series. But we have a new book out this month, something a little different—our first nonfiction anthology: Man in the Moon: Essays […]

Man in the Moon: Essays on Fathers & Fatherhood

Drawing from the country’s leading literary journals and publications—Crazyhorse, Colorado Review, the Nervous Breakdown, Creative Nonfiction, Georgia Review, Gulf Coast, the Missouri Review, the Normal School, and others—Man in the Moon brings together essays in which sons, daughters, and fathers explore the elusive nature of this intimate relationship and find unique ways to frame and […]

Colorado Review Fall/Winter 2012

Our fall issue is always a privilege to present to our readers because it features the winner of the Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction. Now in its ninth year, this contest was established to honor the memory of writer and literary editor Liza Nelligan, an alumna of and friend to many here at Colorado State […]