In this Issue
Home of Colorado Review, the Colorado Prize for Poetry, the Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction, the Series in Contemporary Fiction, and Bonfire Press, the Center for Literary Publishing's mission is two-fold: to publish contemporary short fiction, poetry, and nonfiction and to offer graduate students opportunities to learn about and participate in literary publishing through a professional internship. Stephanie G'Schwind is the Center's director.
Established in 1992 and housed in the English Department at Colorado State University, the Center's mission is twofold: to publish contemporary creative writing (short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction) through Colorado Review and the Colorado Prize for Poetry book series, and to offer graduate students opportunities to learn about and participate in literary publishing.
published byCenter for Literary Publishing
viewing issueVolume 37, Number 3, Fall/Winter 2010
Table of Contents
- If Poetry Is to Be Written Right, and: Long Distance
- pp. 124-126
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