A Conversation with Kelly Weber By C. E. Janecek Kelly Weber (she/they) is the author of We Are Changed to Deer at the Broken Place (forthcoming Tupelo Press, December 2022) and You Bury the Birds in My Pelvis, winner of the 2022 Omnidawn First/Second Book Prize (forthcoming October 2023). She is the reviews editor for Seneca Review. Their work […]
Celebrating James Longenbach Alec Witthohn Friday, July 29, the literary community lost James Longenbach, a dear critic, poet, and friend. He had been living with kidney cancer for the past six years. The poet passed away at sixty-two. After his diagnosis, Longenbach persevered, publishing two books of criticism: How Poems Get Made (Norton, 2018) […]
In our final episode of Colorado Review‘s podcast, host Lilia Shrayfer gets in touch with Ariel Katz, whose story “Disaster Management” was published in the Spring 2022 issue of Colorado Review. They discuss everything from craft to themes such as nostalgia and jealousy, and Katz reads a selection from the story.
An Interview with Joy Guo By Lauren Furman Just this year, New York–based writer and attorney Joy Guo has published work in the Masters Review‘s New Voices, the Bureau Dispatch, Jellyfish Review, Hobart, and Chestnut Review. She also reads for No Contact, “a digital publisher of short-form prose, poetry, and hybrid works.” Her flash […]
Five Queer Literary Magazines to Read This Summer Alec Witthohn Many LGBTQIA+ readers and writers, myself included, are familiar with the blanket diversity statements that appear on the “about” pages and submission guidelines of many mainstream literary journals across the country. It’s important, I think, for queer authors to be able to achieve a […]
An Interview with Alyson Mosquera Dutemple By Ross Reagan Alyson Mosquera Dutemple’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Alaska Quarterly Review, Passages North, DIAGRAM, The Journal, and Wigleaf, among others, and recently received an honorable mention for Cincinnati Review‘s 2021 Robert and Adele Schiff Awards. She works as an editorial consultant and creative […]
In part two of Colorado Review’s May podcast, podcast host Lilia Shrayfer sits down with Colorado State University alum and former Colorado Review podcast editor Kylan Rice. Together, they talk about their experiences at AWP, writing and professionalization, and life after the MFA.
An Interview with Georgia Cloepfil By JV Genova Georgia Cloepfil is a graduate from the University of Idaho, where she earned an MFA in creative nonfiction. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Joyland, n+1, and Epiphany. Cloepfil’s essay “Lucky to be Here” […]
An Interview with Shze-Hui Tjoa Megan Lear Hailing from Singapore originally, Shze-Hui Tjoa now lives in London, where she works across nonfiction genres from memoir and lyric essays to cultural criticism. Her work has appeared in Southeast Review, So to Speak, the Oxford-Cambridge University anthology The Mays, and more. A list of her work and Shze-Hui’s […]
In part one of Colorado Review’s May 2022 episode, Podcast Editor C Culbertson sits down with Editor-In-Chief Stephanie G’Schwind and interns Hannah Barnhart, Jonnie Genova, and Patrick Carey. Together, they talk about their experience attending the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) conference held in Philadelphia in late March.