This Gallery provides links to selected student writing projects at Colorado State University. We hope you enjoy the materials we've showcased on this site:
An introduction to and samples of multigenre writing.
The Freestone, an alumni magazine written and edited by students in the Department of English, has been published annually since 1994. View past issues of the Freestone in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The Nieve Roja Review, published annually since 1997, is the University's online literary journal. This student-run journal publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, criticism, photography, and art.
Talking Back: Student Writers Speak Out is a publication of the University Composition Program. Each semester, essays are selected in a University-wide competition.
Since the late 1990s, the Department of English offered graduate and undergraduate writing courses in Web writing. View selected projects from those courses.
Students in the M.A. programs in our department sometimes create Web-based projects to fulfill their thesis or project requirement. View a selection of these Web-based works.
The Matrix is a collection of essays from students in a 1998 graduate seminar on Virginia Woolfe.
Parataxis is a collection of essays from students in a 2003 graduate seminar on William Carlos Williams.
Phantasmagoria is a collection of essays from students in a 2005 graduate seminar on William Butler Yeats.
Pound@PoeticusFortis.com is a collection of essays from students in a 2008 graduate seminar on Ezra Pound.