Colorado Review Podcast

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Become a subscriber to the Colorado Review podcast! Just search “Colorado Review” in Apple Podcasts or the iTunes store. Episodes are listed below. Enjoy!

Latest Episode

July 2022 Podcast: In Conversation with Ariel Katz

July 27, 2022

  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.

Past Episodes

July 2021 Podcast: In Conversation with Iris Jamahl Dunkle

July 15, 2021

  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 […]

May 2021 Podcast: In Conversation with Brandon Krieg

June 7, 2021

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.

April 2021 Podcast: In Conversation with Kate Bolton Bonnici

April 1, 2021

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 […]

November 2020 Podcast: Fall/Winter 2020 Feature

November 30, 2020

Podcast editor Daniel Schonning gives a glimpse of Josie Sigler Sibara’s “The German Woman,” selected by Lori Ostlund as winner of the 2020 Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction, featured in the Fall/Winter 2020 issue of Colorado Review. Listen here!

October 2020 Podcast: Summer 2020 Feature

October 20, 2020

After a long hiatus, podcast host Daniel Schonning takes a quick look at Matthew Gellman’s “My Family Asks Me to Speak,” featured in the Summer 2020 issue of Colorado Review.  Click here to listen!

February 2020 Podcast: Editing Book Reviews

February 29, 2020

In the February episode of the Colorado Review podcast, host Daniel Schonning interviews poetry book review editor Dan Beachy-Quick. They touch on the ethics, methods, and merits of writing a book review. Click here to listen in your browser, or click here to listen using Apple Podcasts.

January 2020 Podcast: Micro-Interviews with CLP Staff

January 30, 2020

In this month’s episode, podcast hosts Daniel Schonning and Evan Senie sit down with associate editors Susannah Lodge-Rigal, Esther Hayes, and managing editor Jess Turner to talk all things CLP, Colorado Review, and a behind-the-scenes look at the Nelligan Prize.

December 2019 Podcast: Fall/Winter 2019 Features

December 19, 2019

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 […]

November 2019 Podcast: Darcie Dennigan

November 30, 2019

In this month’s episode, podcast hosts Evan Senie and Daniel Schonning interview poet, playwright, and novelist Darcie Dennigan. They discuss the writing process, genre-jumping, and how to catch eels with chicken nuggets.

October 2019 Podcast: Editing Nonfiction

October 30, 2019

In our October episode, as part of our series looking behind the curtain at Colorado Review, podcast host Daniel Schonning interviews nonfiction editors Stephanie G’Schwind and Harrison Candelaria Fletcher. They discuss what brought G’Schwind and Fletcher to the craft, recent movements in the genre, and the three things our editors look for in nonfiction submissions […]