Read More - A Podcast Update
By Colorado Review Associate Editor and Podcast Editor Evan Senie The most tiring, frustrating, and wonderful part of my experience at the Center for Literary Publishing this semester has been taking over podcast-hosting duties with Daniel Schonning. We try to produce one podcast episode per month, which seems like it should be easy, and I […]
Read More - Muriel Rukeyser and the Legacy of Documentary Poetry
Using trial transcripts, witness testimonies, interviews, medical descriptions, and more, Rukeyser documents a nonlinear account of the industrial disaster through voices both real and imagined. Throughout, she never loses sight of the potential problematics of documentary poetry (voyeurism, appropriation, etc.) and this inquiry into her own method is an integral part of the poem.
Read More - Ready, Set, Submit!
On the faces of my students when I suggest they submit their work for publication: flattery, confusion. And I get it—no one taught me how to submit, how to find journals I admire, how to know when a piece is ready. The prospect can be daunting when you’re starting out.
Read More - Horror Poetry, Women, and a Pittsburgh Mini-Haunting
As the writer holding power, women might offer alternative representations of women within the actual content or use their power to communicate their powerlessness.
Read More - You Should Totally Come Here
It’s hard not to gush when it comes to describing the Center for Literary Publishing’s internship program.