Columbia Poetry ReviewTag
Doe Parker (Editor, Columbia Poetry Review Vol 30) poses at the Columbia College Chicago booth at AWP before the writers descend upon the..
Reading Langston Hughes and making notes. Coffee is optional, though generally encouraged.
Anyone who tells you that reading poetry is..
Columbia Poetry Review 29 transformed from a pile of spreadsheets and discussions into a real book. Photo: David Fairbanks
In my first..
I always tell prospective MFA students that one of the best things about our program—aside from reading each other’s work or writing c..
I know, I know. I turned in my thesis and all my job applications, but things are still crazy. But good. I got a job interview coming ..
I recently met with my thesis advisor, Jenny Boully, to discuss the 110 page draft I submitted. We met on Valentine’s Day, enjoyed som..
I feel like a second year now. I mean, pretty much. As I write this, I am in the last week of classes, having just watched the second ..
As an emerging writer it is important for me to be submitting my work, to get myself out there—yes— but also to familiarize myself wit..