Colorado Review :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines
About Colorado Review: Colorado Review publishes contemporary short fiction, poetry, and nonfiction (memoir, personal essays) by both new and established writers.
9105 Campus Delivery
Department of English
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-9105
Phone: (970) 491-5449
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: 8/1-4/30, year-round (nonfiction only) Response time: varies Payment: yes (see website) Contests: yes (see website) ISSN: 1046-3348 Founded: 1956 Average pages: 200 Distributors: Ingram Periodicals, Kent News Agency Issues per year: 3 Sample price (postpaid): $10 Copy Price: $9.50 Subscription (Ind): $24 Subscription (Inst): $34
Publisher’s Description: Founded in 1956, Colorado Review features short fiction, poetry, and nonfiction (memoir, personal essays) by both emerging and established writers, including numerous Pulitzer Prize, Best American, Pushcart, O. Henry, and Rona Jaffe Award winners. Recent issues include work by Robin Black, Charles Baxter, Floyd Skloot, Leslie Johnson, Bill Capossere, Robert Root, Margaret MacInnis, Lyn Hejinian, Martha Ronk, Rusty Morrison, and Lon Otto. Past special issues have focused on travel, experimental fiction, and writing of the New West. The fall issue features the winner of the annual Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction. Published three times a year by the Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado State University, Colorado Review is edited by Stephanie G’Schwind (fiction & nonfiction editor) and Donald Revell, Sasha Steensen, & Matthew Cooperman (poetry editors). Dan Beachy-Quick is the book review editor.
Spring 2013, featuring: Laura Schadler, “Reward for Bravery” (Fiction); Silas Hansen, “Blank Slate” (Nonfiction); Laurie Blauner, “Still Life with Nervous Animals” (Poetry); Gary Clark, “Somewhere in Maine an Old Dream Staggers On” (Poetry); Analucia daSilva, “Children Dug Out of a Parsley Bed” (Poetry), and more.
This richly layered issue (Fall/Winter 2012) features this year’s Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction winner Matthew Shaer, along with terrific new fiction by Elise Juska, Erin Kasdin, and Edward Porter (AWP Intro Journals fiction winner). We have also have nonfiction by Judith Adkins on genealogy and the modern family and by Bill Capossere, who examines his family history through the lens of space travel. Finally, fabulous poems by a host of new and familiar voices: Peter Balakian, Eric Baus, Hadara Bar-Nadav, Alex Lemon, Maxine Chernoff, Tomaz Salamun, and so many others.
The Summer 2012 issue features fiction by William Torrey, nonfiction by Carole Firstman, and poetry by Laura Eve Engel, E. C. Belli, James Henry Knippen, and more.
last updated 3/04/12