Colorado Review Podcast


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

November Podcast: Regina Drexler’s “Landslide”

November 21, 2013

You know, I thought about switching up the music on this edition of Selections from Colorado Review. I thought, You know what’ll really get everyone all bent out of shape? If I put Christmas music on the podcast before Thanksgiving. That’ll really get ’em riled up. Anyone who has ever blogged professionally knows that riled […]

September Podcast: Jessamyn Hope’s “The Running of the Brides”

September 5, 2013

Back to school, back to school, you’re not too cool to go back to school. If you’re like me, then you’re not cool at all; however, you are—for once in your life—on time for something. That’s right! It’s the return of Selections from Colorado Review. This month’s podcast features Jessamyn Hope’s essay “The Running of the […]

May Podcast: Laura Schadler reads “Reward for Bravery”

May 1, 2013

Today, May 1, Ullr, dropped exactly forty gazillion inches of snow on Fort Collins, CO because apparently Norse gods don’t know when it’s spring already. Today, May 1, is also International Worker’s Day. Today, May 1, I am here at work (in sweatpants, but still). Apparently, today is one of those anything goes days. If […]

March Podcast: Susanna Childress reads “The Hyssop Tub”

April 2, 2013

Selections from Colorado Review is not good at April Fool’s pranks. We’re so bad at it, in fact, that we can’t even get the date right. Truth be told, we’re not even that funny. We were going to totally prank you by releasing the March podcast on April 1, April Fool’s Day. Hilarious, right? But then we screwed […]

January Podcast: Endi Bogue Hartigan reads “It Was a Church Then”

January 30, 2013

Better late than never, right? C’mon, am I right? You know I’m right. I always am. Always. So let’s just pretend this little delay never happened. Let’s all just pretend and nobody gets hurt. No kittens, no puppies, nobody. We can all just be cool about it. And while we’re all being so cool about […]

November Podcast: Matthew Shaer reads “Ghosts”

November 3, 2012

Dear friends, Did you accidentally eat yourself into a Halloween candy coma this week? If so, don’t worry about it. It’s not your fault. It was bound to happen. That said, gosh do I have just the thing for you! What better to accompany you on the couch in your gastronomical misery than the November […]

October Podcast: William Torrey reads “The Common Era”

October 11, 2012

Well, kids, it’s October. Before you get all excited about dressing up, down, or sideways in your fancy Halloween costumes at the end of the month, I think we all need to sit down and have a talk. First off, eat your vegetables. It’s important. Second, we need to address a serious lack of culture […]

September Podcast: James Henry Knippen reads “Attic”

September 12, 2012

Well, kids, it’s back to school season, which can mean only one thing: it’s time for me to box up all of my white Ocean Pacific T-shirts and store them upstairs in the attic until spring. And speaking of attics, hey, James Henry Knippen was kind enough to record his poem “Attic” for Selections from […]

June Podcast: Andrea Dupree reads “Lineage”

June 5, 2012

The air conditioning in my car is broken, and the Miami Heat are in the NBA playoffs. That can only mean two things: it’s getting warmer, and my life is a little unfortunate right now. If you’re like me and can’t stand the heat, not only should you get out of the kitchen, you should […]

March Podcast: John Gallaher reads “Where They Feed Their Children to Kings”

March 26, 2012

No foolin’. Selections from Colorado Review doesn’t pull pranks or play practical jokes. We’re not going to jerk you around by flushing the toilet when you’re in the shower or pretending we got engaged last weekend to that guy you don’t like. We’re here to bring you great poetry and prose from Colorado Review, and that’s […]