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.
An Interview with Joy Guo By Lauren Furman Just this year, New York–based writer and attorney Joy Guo has published work in the Masters Review‘s New Voices, the Bureau Dispatch, Jellyfish Review, Hobart, and Chestnut Review. She also reads for No Contact, “a digital publisher of short-form prose, poetry, and hybrid works.” Her flash […]
An Interview with Georgia Cloepfil By JV Genova Georgia Cloepfil is a graduate from the University of Idaho, where she earned an MFA in creative nonfiction. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Joyland, n+1, and Epiphany. Cloepfil’s essay “Lucky to be Here” […]
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.
Lance Olsen is the author of over twenty-five fiction and nonfiction books concerning experimental and cross-genre representations of historical and mythologic narratives. His recent work includes My Red Heaven (Dzanc, 2020) and Dreamlives of Debris (Dzanc, 2017) as well as the ongoing installation No Place Like Time, in collaboration with his wife and fellow artist, […]
Molly Rogers writes on the history and theory of photography. She is the author of Delia’s Tears (Yale, 2010) and co-editor of To Make Their Own Way in the World (Aperture, 2020). She is associate director of the NYU Center for the Humanities and lives in Queens, New York. On February 17, 2021, Colorado Review […]
By Colorado Review editorial assistant Michael Todd “Good storms can break down a barn, pull planes out of the air, drive straw through a tree trunk. There is nothing so massive as a storm gathering over the plains.” Where I’m from in Southwest Virginia—not plains, but hills and mountains in hazy watercolor aquas and occasional […]
Caitlin Ferguson holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Rutgers University-Newark. Her work has appeared in Tar River Poetry Review, Twickingham Notes, Cathexis NW Press, and Colorado Review, among others. Currently, she lives in Las Cruces, New Mexico, where she works in a bookstore and is an adjunct professor. On February 24th, Colorado Review editorial […]
By Colorado Review associate editor Mike Moening The scope of essays that we receive at the Colorado Review is broad—that’s part of what makes the work as rewarding as it is. Even more rewarding is finding a piece that is firing on all cylinders—one that is sure to make a splash—and then seeing it transform […]