Toward an Environmental Nonfiction
Nov, 06 2013 | no responses
To say the Everglades are in trouble or the Florida panther is endangered are half-truths because such statements leave us humans out of the equation. We forget that what happens to the swamp and the wild cat happens to us.
September Podcast: Jessamyn Hope’s “The Running of the Brides”
Sep, 05 2013 | no responses
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 […]
An Interview with Peggy Shinner
Mar, 03 2011 | no responses
Colorado Review Editorial Assistant R. B. Moreno interviews Peggy Shinner, whose essay “Leopold and Shinner” appears in our Fall/Winter 2010 issue (an excerpt from this essay follows the interview).
In an Age of Great Nonfiction Writing, Too Much Nonfiction Writing?
Feb, 24 2011 | 4 responses
Thirty-seven books of poetry. Eighteen novels and short story collections. One book of reportage: Framing Innocence: A Mother’s Photographs, a Prosecutor’s Zeal, and a Small Town’s Response.