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Colorado Review Summer 2013 Digital (PDF)

Jul, 11 2013 | no responses

 This digital edition of the Spring 2013 issue features all of the great content of the print version. It comes as an Adobe PDF that is compatible with Adobe Acrobat and its included text-to-speech reader. We’ll email the PDF directly to your Paypal email address. If you would like your digital issue sent to an […]

Colorado Review, Spring 2013

Feb, 26 2013 | no responses

It seems fitting that, as we enter our fortieth volume year (we are really fifty-seven, having been launched in 1956, but who’s counting?), the stories and essays featured in this issue are all situated in youth. For the narrator of Thomas Cain’s “Stop,” an abandoned house serves as the locus of adolescent uncertainty, romantic experimentation, […]

Colorado Review Spring 2013, Digital (PDF)

Feb, 25 2013 | no responses

This digital edition of the Spring 2013 issue features all of the great content of the print version. It comes as an Adobe PDF that is compatible with Adobe Acrobat and its included text-to-speech reader. We’ll email the PDF directly to your Paypal email address. If you would like your digital issue sent to an […]

Colorado Review Fall/Winter 2012

Nov, 15 2012 | no responses

Our fall issue is always a privilege to present to our readers because it features the winner of the Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction. Now in its ninth year, this contest was established to honor the memory of writer and literary editor Liza Nelligan, an alumna of and friend to many here at Colorado State […]

Colorado Review Fall/Winter 2012 Digital (PDF)

Nov, 14 2012 | no responses

This digital edition of the Summer 2012 issue features all of the great content of the print version. It comes as an Adobe PDF that is compatible with Adobe Acrobat and its included text-to-speech reader. We’ll email the PDF directly to your Paypal email address. If you would like your digital issue sent to an […]

Colorado Review Summer 2012

Aug, 01 2012 | no responses

There’s no denying a certain fascination with the extreme—stories of grand-scale fortune, loss, celebrity, infamy, adventure, depravity, and redemption. But often the more resonant stories reside not in the extreme, but between its polarities, or at its threshold. Carole Firstman’s “Liminal Scorpions” articulates the thread of in-betweenness running through this issue’s essays and stories: liminality […]

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