A Conversation with Jo-Anne Berelowitz

Jo-Anne Berelowitz discusses family, speculation, memory as a moral imperative, and art history with associate editor Amy Gordon.   Jo-Anne Berelowitz, art historian, has published creative nonfiction in Accent, The Hong Kong Review, Assay, and the Sycamore Review. In 2018 she was awarded the Wabash Prize in creative nonfiction. She is currently working on a long-form […]

A Conversation with Stephanie Harrison

Stephanie Harrison discusses Vincent Van Gogh, (un)tidy endings, and writing complex characters in creative nonfiction with editorial assistant Sarah Mullens.  Stephanie Harrison’s fiction and nonfiction has appeared in dozens of journals, and she is the editor of the anthology Adaptations: From Short Story to Big Screen (Three Rivers Press, 2005). She has received grants from the […]

A Conversation with Mary Peelen

Mary Peelen talks the poetry of mathematics, divinity in physics, issues of scale, place, and influence with editorial assistant Kaes Vanderspek. Mary Peelen is the author of Quantum Heresies, winner of the Kithara Book Prize. Her poetry, fiction, and nonfiction have appeared in the Massachusetts Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Alaska Quarterly Review, Poetry Daily, […]

In Conversation with Katie Naughton

Katie Naughton discusses climate & financial anxiety, archival projects, and poetic lineage with editorial assistant Josephine Gawtry. Katie Naughton is the author of the poetry collection The Real Ethereal (Delete Press, forthcoming 2024), and the chapbooks Study (Above/Ground Press, 2021) and A Second Singing (forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press, 2023). Her poetry has been published in Fence, Bennington Review, Colorado […]

A Quick Chat with Kelly Luce

Kelly Luce talks makeshift workspaces, tricking oneself into writing via hourglass sand timers, and listening to a narrator’s voice with social media manager, Nicole Pagliari Kelly  Luce is the author of the story collection Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail and the novel Pull Me Under, a Book of the Month Club selection and one of Elle’s Best […]

Welcome, Felicia Zamora!

A Warm Welcome to Felicia Zamora, Our Newest Poetry Editor!  Colorado Review proudly welcomes Felicia Zamora as our fifth poetry editor! Zamora, previously CR‘s associate poetry editor, is the author of six poetry collections, including I Always Carry My Bones, winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize (2021) and the 2022 Ohioana Book Award in Poetry, and Body […]

Con(verse) Interview with Katherine Indermaur

Katherine Indermaur discusses hybridity, research, and the self With C. E. Janecek, CLP Managing Editor   Katherine Indermaur is the author of I|I and two chapbooks, Facing the Mirror: An Essay (COAST|noCOAST, 2021) and Pulse (Ghost City Press, 2018). She is the winner of the Black Warrior Review 2019 Poetry Contest and the 2018 Academy of American Poets Prize, […]