Please join Colorado Review associate editor Nicole Piasecki and writer Sarah Curtis for a discussion about Curtis’s recently published essay “The Ghosts of Lubbock,” which was published in CR‘s Summer 2021 issue.
This month’s episode kicks off the start of fall with not one, but two authors! Podcast host Lilia Shrayfer sits down with Michelle Ross and Kim Magowan to talk about their latest co-written short story, “Twenty Three Safety Manuals.” This episode features conversation on the craft of collaborative story-telling, writing women inside and outside of gender roles of their time, and the relationship between what the writer intends and the reader imagines on the page.
This month’s episode brings into conversation author Iris Jamahl Dunkle and CLP associate editor and graduate student intern Annmarie Delfino. The two discuss Dunkle’s recently published book, West : Fire : Archive, from CLP’s Mountain/West Poetry Series, as well as how writing about the environment bridges the historical and the personal to recover landscapes […]
Lance Olsen is the author of over twenty-five fiction and nonfiction books concerning experimental and cross-genre representations of historical and mythologic narratives. His recent work includes My Red Heaven (Dzanc, 2020) and Dreamlives of Debris (Dzanc, 2017) as well as the ongoing installation No Place Like Time, in collaboration with his wife and fellow artist, […]
Podcast host C Culbertson sits down with Brandon Krieg to talk about ecopoetics, environmental thought, and how the practice of walking calls on us to notice the world around us. Krieg reads the poems “In Case of Loss” and “Havening,” from his book Magnifier, winner of the 2019 Colorado Prize for Poetry.[embed]https://media.blubrry.com/coloradoreviewpodcast/content.blubrry.com/coloradoreviewpodcast/EP_59_In_Conversation_with_Brandon_Krieg.mp3[/embed]
By Colorado Review editorial assistant Ross Reagan During May, we celebrate two very important events: Mental Health Awareness Month and Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day this year, though, marks an occasion that resembles an antipode. Many families, and mothers of families, are not just celebrating the joy of life but simply the fact that they are […]
By Colorado Review editorial assistant Heather Gutekunst Fiction writer Holly Goddard Jones is a professor of English at UNCG and teaches fiction writing and creative nonfiction workshops. Her work has appeared in the Southern Review and Appalachian Heritage, and she is the author of the short story collection Girl Trouble (2009) and the novels The […]
Molly Rogers writes on the history and theory of photography. She is the author of Delia’s Tears (Yale, 2010) and co-editor of To Make Their Own Way in the World (Aperture, 2020). She is associate director of the NYU Center for the Humanities and lives in Queens, New York. On February 17, 2021, Colorado Review […]
By Colorado Review editorial assistant Michael Todd “Good storms can break down a barn, pull planes out of the air, drive straw through a tree trunk. There is nothing so massive as a storm gathering over the plains.” Where I’m from in Southwest Virginia—not plains, but hills and mountains in hazy watercolor aquas and occasional […]
We are back just in time for National Poetry Month! New podcast hosts C Culbertson (they/them) and Lilia Shrayfer (she/her) sit down with Kate Bolton Bonnici, whose debut collection of poems Night Burial won the 2020 Colorado Prize for Poetry. This inaugural episode features talks about what the lineage of classical poetry and scholarship can teach folks […][embed]https://media.blubrry.com/coloradoreviewpodcast/content.blubrry.com/coloradoreviewpodcast/CR_Podcast_April_In_Conversation_Kate_Bolton_Bonnici.mp3[/embed]