Greyrock Review Accepting Submissions

Greyrock Review is now accepting submissions!

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Please submit your fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art (pictures), all of which can be submitted to us at http://greyrockreview.submittable.com

All submissions must be from undergraduate students in good standing at Colorado State University. The deadline for submissions is December 1, 2013.

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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.

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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 Mary.Hickey@colostate.edu or 970-491-3438.

Community Literacy Center (CLC): Call for Proposals

The CSU Community Literacy Center (CLC) invites faculty, instructors, and students to submit proposals for a community publishing project in Spring 2012.  Such projects should develop a CSU-community partnership or enhance an existing relationship.  Projects can be affiliated with a CSU course or independent community-based project.

Publications might take the form of a print journal, a collection of oral histories, a booklet of youth writing/artwork, a community cookbook or other publishable documents.

The CLC will award $200-300 to support the publication of a community-based writing project.  Award may be used to purchase materials (for publication production) and publication (for public distribution). Monies may not be used for stipends or salaries.

Proposals (2 single-spaced pages max) should include the following: 

  • Title of program
  • Anticipated community partners
  • Brief description of project and goals * Brief description of community-based publication * Expected outcomes (including anticipated number of participants and intention of publication)

Applications due by February 27, 2012.  Successful applicants will be notified by March 5. Contact Stephanie Train at the CLC (clc@colostate.edu or 491-7251) for more information.

Publishing Panel

Panel Presentation for Creative Writers–All Graduate Students, Undergraduates, Faculty & Staff Welcome!

“Publishing your poetry, fiction, and nonfiction:  Preparing & Submitting Your Manuscript for Publication”

Three panelists will discuss how to find the “right” journals, magazines, and contests for your work; how to prepare your manuscript and write a cover letter; and other publishing concerns (including what not to do!).  And we PROMISE to leave time for questions.

Stephanie G’Schwind, Colorado Review Editor and Director of the Center  for Literary Publishing  Colorado Review. Interns & MFA Candidates Felicia Zamora (Poetry) & Nick  Maistros (Fiction).

 Date:  Thursday, April 28

 Time:  2-3 p.m.

 Place:  Eddy 11

Questions? Contact Deanna Ludwin (dludwin@lamar.colostate.edu).

Community Publishing Project: Call for Proposals

The CSU Community Literacy Center (CLC) invites faculty, instructors, and students to submit proposals for a community publishing project in Spring 2011. Such projects should develop a CSU-community partnership or enhance an existing relationship. Projects can be affiliated with a CSU course or independent community-based project.

Publications might take the form of a print journal, a collection of oral histories, a booklet of youth writing/artwork, a community cookbook or other publishable documents.

The CLC will award $200-300 to support the publication of a community-based writing project. Award may be used to purchase materials (for publication production) and publication (for public distribution). Monies may not be used for stipends or salaries.

Proposals (2 single-spaced pages max) should include the following:

• Title of program
• Anticipated community partners
• Brief description of project and goals
• Brief description of community-based publication
• Expected outcomes (including anticipated number of participants and intention of publication)

Applications due by February 15, 2011. Successful applicants will be notified by February 28. Contact Vince at the CLC (clc@colostate.edu or 491-7251) for more information.