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A look back at the Southern Colorado Literature Examiner in 2012

2012 a good year for the Southern Colorado Literature Examiner
2012 a good year for the Southern Colorado Literature Examiner
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2012 has been a good year for Colorado literary interests, from the introduction of Colorado Springs author DeAnna Knippling, to an inside look at the Write the Rockies Conference. The Southern Colorado Literature Examiner also informed readers of upcoming literary events in 2012, such as The Colorado Book Awards, The Pike’s Peak Writers’ Conference, All Voice’s Spring Speak poetry event, the Write the Rockies Conference, Mile-Hi Con, and Valley Vision’s All-Arts All Day Closing Festival, as well as workshops and seminars that were held around the state. The Southern Colorado Literature Examiner also reviewed many great books by Colorado authors over the past year:

· Injecting Dreams into Cows, by Colorado Springs author and poet, Jessy Randall

· Haunted, by Jeanne C. Stein

· Farewell to America, by Canon City author, Bill Conry

· Stations Along the Way, by Mark Shaw

· KOP Killer, by Warren Hammond

· Nothing Is As It Was, by upcoming Colorado poet, Cherilyn SunRidge

· Line of Fire, by Stephen White

· The Sandal Artist, by Kathleen T. Pelley

The Southern Colorado Literature Examiner also introduced two new Colorado based magazines:

· Pueblo’s Pilgrimage Literary Magazine

· Colorado Spring’s Greenwoman Magazine

Literarily speaking, it’s been a great year and the Southern Colorado Literature Examiner is looking forward to covering southern Coloradoan’s literary interests in the year to come. Happy New Year! See you in 2013.

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