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All panels scheduled for UMC 325 on Thursday have been moved to the UMC Gallery (2nd Floor).


Hotel Boulderado to Aspen Room (UMC):


Quality Inn Suites to Aspen Rooms UMC:


Days Hotel Boulder via THE DASH bus:


Aspen Rooms to Black Box Theater (basement) and Atlas 229 (2nd floor):


Aspen Rooms to British Studies Room (4th Floor), Norlin Library:


Aspen Room to Innisfree Bookstore:


Aspen Rooms to Old Main:


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Thursday, September 26 • 11:00am - 1:00pm
Colorado Uber Alles

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The University of Colorado Creative Writing Program was started in 1975 by Peter Michelson, Marilyn Krysl, Reg Saner, and Sidney Goldfarb as its first director. They were joined by the cutting-edge Ronald Sukenick, Ed Dorn, Steve Katz, and Clarence Major. With these core writers, the Program soon began to distinguish itself, and by 1980 it had already emerged as a center for experimental writing. Other writers followed, including Padma Perera, Robert Steiner, Joy Harjo, Linda Hogan, Lorna Dee Cervantes, and Lucia Berlin. As Goldfarb puts it, the Creative Writing Program in the Rockies was “an exploding and important part of the world literary scene.”



Elisabeth Sheffield

Elisabeth Sheffield is the author of three novels, all published by FC2: Helen Keller Really Lived (2014), Fort Da: A Report (2009), and Gone (2003). Additionally, her work has appeared in various venues such as Ploughshares, the Denver Quarterly, Pretext, 13th Moon, Gulf Coast and... Read More →

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Marcia Douglas

Associate Professor, University of Colorado
Marcia Douglas is the author of the novels, Madam Fate and Notes from a Writer’s Book of Cures and Spells as well as the poetry collection, Electricity Comes to Cocoa Bottom. She teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
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Stephen Graham Jones

Thursday September 26, 2013 11:00am - 1:00pm MDT
British Studies Norlin Library

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