The Nieve Roja Review

About the Staff

Marla Cowell, founding co-editor, received her B.A. in English from Xavier University in 1995. She finished her M.A. in English with a concentration in Communication Development from CSU in May 1997. Her interests include publishing and online media. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Mark Sanchez, founding co-editor, received his Bachelor's degree in Business from CSU in 1993. He is currently an M.F.A. candidate in Poetry at CSU. He has had poetry published in the Dry Creek Review and an essay published in New Voices. One of his goals for the future is putting together a Chicano conference in Denver celebrating the 30th anniversary of Corky Gonzales' Denver Chicano Youth Conference held in March of 1969.

Molly di Zerega, editorial intern, received her teaching license from CSU in 1996 and is currently teaching at a junior high in Ft. Collins along with working on her M.A. in literature. She has an interest in creative writing and also enjoys reading all kinds of books.

Mike Palmquist, advisor, is an Associate Professor in the English Department at CSU. His interests include computers and writing, and hypertext document design.

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