Over the summer, Dan Robinson’s personal essay, “Our Taos Hum,” was published in TWJ Magazine; and his short story, “This Blackdamp World,” was published in the anthology Crime and DisOrder. He will present a paper on “The Inexpressibility Topos in Chapter I of Hemingway’s In Our Time” at the “Literature, Memory and the First World War” Conference at the US Military Academy at West Point in a couple of weeks; he was also invited to participate as part of a panel on Hemingway’s Nick Adams Stories in October in Michigan. The paperback release of his first novel, After the Fire, has been put back to Autumn 2015 by Skyhorse Press. His third novel, Death of a Century: A Novel of the Lost Generation, will be published by Arcade Press in June 2015; and the first reading for that novel will be at the US World War I Museum in Kansas City in June 2015.
Dan Robinson’s story “A Separate Peace,” was accepted by Fat City Review.
Dan Robinson will gave the recognition speech at the annual undergraduate National Honor Society dinner–kind of ironic considering his grades as an undergraduate.
Dan Robinson’s story “This Blackdamp World,” has been accepted for the Crime and Disorder anthology to be published by Main Street Rag.
Each year, students, faculty and alumni have an opportunity to express the magnitude of the impact their teachers have had on them during their college years. Hundreds of nominations for the Best Teacher Awards flood the Alumni Center, but only six dedicated, enthusiastic, passionate and devoted teachers are selected per year. The nominees from the Department of English are Pam Coke, Thomas Conway, Nancy Henke, Rebecca Kennedy, Emily Morgan, Molly Reid, Dan Robinson, Barbara Sebek and Christina Sutton. They will be recognized at the 2011 Best Teacher Awards Program on Thursday, April 7th, at 6:30pm in the Lory Student Center North Ballroom.
At the CLA Faculty-Staff Meeting on March 29, several members of the Composition Program were acknowledged for their service milestones.
|Dan Robinson||10 Years|
|Jill Salahub||10 Years|
|Terrie Sandelin||25 Years|
|Sarah Sloane||10 Years|
Dan Robinson’s short story, “A Colorado Pastoral,” has been accepted by Cadillac Cicatrix and will appear in this spring’s edition.
Dan Robinson will be reading Thursday, January 27th at 6:00pm at Old Firehouse Books in Old Town, 232 Walnut St., Fort Collins. His new book is “The Shadow of Violence.” 970-484-7898 or http://oldfirehousebooks.com