Colorado State University Center for Literary Publishing

The Mountain/West Poetry Series

Series editors: Stephanie G’Schwind, Donald Revell, Kazim Ali, Dan Beachy-Quick & Camille T. Dungy

Launched in January 2011 with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, this series publishes one to two collections of poetry each year by poets living in the United States west of the Mississippi River, including Alaska, Hawaii, and the US Pacific Territories.

The Mountain/West Poetry Series seeks submissions that are relevant, environmentally conscious, and culturally engaged. We are interested in manuscripts that are vital in care, honest in ethics, formally inventive and astute, attuned to and questioning of tradition, historically aware, oriented to the overlapping concerns of the earthly, animal, and human.

We Are Starved, by Joshua Kryah

The City She Was, by Carmen Giménez Smith

Upper Level Disturbances, by Kevin Goodan

The Two Standards, by Heather Winterer

Blue Heron, by Elizabeth Robinson

Hungry Moon, by Henrietta Goodman

The Logan Notebooks, by Rebecca Lindenberg

Songs, by Derek Henderson

The Verging Cities, by Natalie Scenters-Zapico

A Lamp Brighter than Foxfire, by Andrew S. Nicholson

House of Sugar, House of Stone, by Emily Pérez

&luckier, by Christopher J Johnson

Escape Velocity, by Bonnie Arning

We Remain Traditional, by Sylvia Chan

The Lapidary’s Nosegay, by Lara Candland

Furthest Ecology, by Adam Fagin

The Minuses, by Jami Macarty

Dears, Beloveds, by Kevin Phan

West : Fire : Archive, by Iris Jamahl Dunkle (forthcoming February 2021)

 

Mountain/West Poetry titles are distributed nationally by the University Press of Colorado and the Chicago Distribution Center.

Submission Guidelines