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.
In this special segment, Colorado Review celebrates National Poetry Month with readings across our issues beginning with our first issue dating back to Winter 1956-57. During the last few weeks, interns have curated selections from Langston Hughes, Gillian Kiley, Denise Levertov, Lisa Fishman, Martha Ronk, Kevin Goodan, Charles Bukowski, and C.D. Wright.
Six Poetry Journals Looking for Submissions By Alec Witthohn It’s April, and National Poetry Month is in full swing. There are plenty of ways to celebrate from attending readings to sharing poems with your friends and family or seeking out a new book of poetry to take home from your local bookseller. However, one […]
Staff Profile: Patrick Carey By Lauren Furman Patrick Carey is a second-year MFA candidate in fiction at Colorado State University. In his first year he started as an editorial assistant at the Center for Literary Publishing, and now, after three semesters, he’s an associate editor. His work at the CLP involves reading fiction submissions […]
This month CLP editorial assistant Sara Hughes sits down with Cynthia Parker-Ohene to discuss her debut collection, Daughters of Harriet, part of the Mountain/West Poetry Series published by the Center for Literary Publishing. In a wide-ranging discussion, Cynthia and Sara talk about the legacy of Black women, namely Harriet Tubman, how the labor of Black […]
An Interview with Zack Finch By Editorial Assistant River Grabowski Zack Finch’s nonfiction essays have recently appeared or will soon appear in New England Review, the Georgia Review, Tupelo Quarterly, the Adroit Journal, Colorado Review, Socrates on the Beach, and Brilliant Corners. His poems have been published in Poetry, Tin House, Gulf Coast, Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere. […]
An Interview With Courtney Sender By Associate Editor Heather Gutekunst Courtney Sender’s fiction has appeared in the Kenyon Review, Agni, American Short Fiction, Glimmer Train, Prairie Schooner, and many others. Her essays have appeared in the New York Times’s Modern Love and The Atlantic. A Yaddo and MacDowell fellow, she holds an MFA in […]
In this month’s episode, Podcast Editor C Culbertson sits down with Leonora Simonovis, whose book Study of the Raft won the 2021 Colorado Prize for Poetry. In their conversation, C talks with Leonora about writing from multilingual backgrounds, the worlds we construct from childhood, memory, and place, as well as modes of writing poetry and what […]
An Interview With Anu Kandikuppa By Associate Editor Eliana Meyer Anu Kandikuppa worked as an economic consultant before she ever began to write, carrying a PhD in finance from Michigan State University. She also holds an MFA in fiction writing from Warren Wilson College. Her story follows Sati Bhasker, who married young, moving from […]
More Pandemic Writing? By Associate Editor Mike Moening Last fall, I taught an intro creative writing class that spanned three genres in fifteen weeks—leaving not enough time for any genre. But as a primarily creative nonfiction writer, I was especially saddened by the short five weeks that I had to cram in CNF. In […]