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 (editor-in-chief) and Harrison Candelaria Fletcher (nonfiction editors); Steven Schwartz (fiction editor); and Donald Revell, Sasha Steensen, and Matthew Cooperman (poetry editors). Book reviews are edited by Dan Beachy-Quick (poetry) and Jennifer Wisner Kelly (fiction and nonfiction).