Presentations: Todd Mitchell

Todd Mitchell will be presenting two sessions on writing fiction at this weekend’s Northern Colorado Writers Conference (Andrew McCarthy, star of such classic 80’s films as Pretty in Pink, St. Elmo’s FireMannequin, and Weekend at Bernie’s will also be there).


Workshop: Sue Doe

Sue Doe gave a talk on April 4, “The Case for Action (Teacher) Research: Professionalizing the College Classroom” at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. She then led a full-day workshop there on Friday, April 5, for faculty from across the curriculum. The workshop focused on the how-to’s of undertaking such work as a form of self-directed professional development.

Publishing Panel Event

Interested in a Career in Publishing? Then don’t miss this exciting publishing panel event!

“Working in the World of Publishing”
Monday, April 22nd, 4-5:30pm
LSC Room 211E

Refreshments will be served

Sponsored by the Department of English and the College of Liberal Arts.


If you are interested in learning more about a career in publishing, please join us for a lively conversation about working in the world of publishing with the following panelists:

  • Debbie Blair: Managing Editor of Jewelry Stringing magazine and related special interest publications at Interweave/F+W Media.
  • Stephanie G’Schwind: Director for CSU’s Center for Literary Publishing and Editor for the Colorado Review and the Colorado Prize for Poetry.
  • Charles J. Malone: Editor at Wolverine Farm Publishing for The Matterhorn, Matter Journal and A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park, Adjunct Faculty at University of Northern Colorado and Front Range Community College.
  • Cara McDonald: Editor and Co-founder of Fort Collins Magazine and Breckenridge Magazine.
  • Karla Oceanak: Children’s Author and Publisher for Bailiwick Press.
  • Todd Simmons: Publisher, Wolverine Farm Publishing.

For questions and more information, please contact Mary Hickey, English Department Internship Coordinator at or 970-491-3438.

Greyrock Review New Issue Release

Greyrock Review has teamed up with Equinox Brewing for the release of this year’s edition of the journal! We will be hosting an event at the Equinox Brewery (133 Remington St, Fort Collins) on Wednesday, April 24th. The event will feature authors published in the journal reading their original work, as well as prints of some of the published artwork. We will also be selling this year’s edition of the journal, journal packages, and t-shirts (pricing and information below)! Equinox, being a brewery, will be serving all their usual beer and drinks (plenty of good stuff for those who are not 21+ too), and one or two of Fort Collins food carts will be hanging around outside. Join us for what is sure to be a great celebration of undergraduate Art and Literature! Invite your friends!

*All ages welcome*

Event details:
Who: Greyrock Review and you
What: release party for the 2013 edition of Greyrock Review
When: April 24th at 6:30pm
Where: Equinox Brewing at 133 Remington Street (Old Town)

Pricing for journals:
Pre-ordered 2013 journal- $10
Journal purchased at event- $12

Journal packages and T-shirts:
2012 & 2013 pre-ordered journal package- $13
2012 & 2013 journal packages purchased at event- $15
Greyrock Review t-shirt- $15
2013 journal and t-shirt package- $20
**Packages available until gone. First come, first serve
** T-shirts not for preorder


Creating a Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

Attention English Students: Do you need help creating a resume and cover letter for a job or internship? Please join us for a resume and cover letter writing workshop with Wendy Rose, Assistant Director for CSU’s Career Center, Career Counselor, and Career Center Liaison to the College of Liberal Arts.

When: Thursday, April 25th, 3:30-4:30pm

Where: Whitaker Conference Room, Eddy Hall

What to Bring: Any resume or cover letter drafts you would like to work on and any questions!

Please RSVP to Mary Hickey, English Department Internship Coordinator by email at