Instructor

About

  • Role:

    Faculty
  • Position:

    • Instructor
  • Concentration:

    • Literature, Writing, and Composition
  • Department:

    • English
  • Education:

    • Doctor of Education (expected completion May 2022)

Biography

Devon Fulford is a writer and English instructor at Colorado State University. Her poetry chapbook, southern atheist: oh, honey is available from Cathexis Northwest Press. Other publications include Lucky JeffersonLongridge Review, Eunoia Review, Blood Pudding Press, Literati Magazine, Crosswinds Poetry Journal, Sunspot Literary Journal, Dreamers Magazine, Reality Break Press, and others.

Devon has masters degrees in both creative writing (MACW) and education (MA) and is currently in the third year of her Doctor of Education in transformative leadership. Her research interests include cultivating empathy in the humanities classroom, and utilizing writing as a tool of leadership and change with populations of both college students and inmates at a federal penal institution.

Publications

Poetry Collections

Poems and Lyrical Essays (bolded entries are forthcoming)

  • “1998: lip-smackered, cherry bowed,” The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature (United States), Winter 2021
  • “wattage,” First Literary Review-East (United States), Fall 2021
  • “mouth sounds,” First Literary Review-East (United States), Summer 2021 (http://www.rulrul.4mg.com/)
  • “gasoline to cure lice,” Eunoia Review (Singapore), Spring 2021
  • “january,” Eunoia Review (Singapore), Spring 2021
  • “nostalgia,” Lucky Jefferson (United States), Spring 2021 (https://luckyjefferson.com/365-collection/page-10)
  • “1992: our central yawn is opening,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021(https://longridgereview.com/d-e-fulford/)
  • “1993: messy like periods would be,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021 (https://longridgereview.com/d-e-fulford/)
  • “1994: forget the singe of burning,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021 (https://longridgereview.com/d-e-fulford/)
  • “1995: sleepy pre-teen erections,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021 (https://longridgereview.com/d-e-fulford/)
  • “1996: what they want me to be,” Longridge Review (United States), Spring 2021 (https://longridgereview.com/d-e-fulford/)
  • “he didn’t die,” Prose Online (United States), Spring 2021 (https://www.prose.onl/read/de-fulford)
  • “2003: suck the marrow of me,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021 (http://thebloodpudding.com/nonfiction/2003-2011/)
  • “2004: punk flesh decadence,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021 (http://thebloodpudding.com/nonfiction/2003-2011/)
  • “2005: movement pleads to take another form,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021 (http://thebloodpudding.com/nonfiction/2003-2011/)
  • “2011: for a while, i float,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Spring 2021 (http://thebloodpudding.com/nonfiction/2003-2011/
  • “7,” Cathexis Northwest Press (United States), Winter 2021 (https://www.cathexisnorthwestpress.com/post/7-10-12)
  • “10,” Cathexis Northwest Press (United States), Winter 2021(https://www.cathexisnorthwestpress.com/post/7-10-12)
  • “12,” Cathexis Northwest Press (United States), Winter 2021 (https://www.cathexisnorthwestpress.com/post/7-10-12)
  • “6,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Fall 2020 (http://thebloodpudding.com/poetry/6-9-11-14/)
  • “9,” Blood Pudding Press (United States), Fall 2020 (http://thebloodpudding.com/poetry/6-9-11-14/)
  • “11,” Blood Pudding Press, (United States) Fall 2020 (http://thebloodpudding.com/poetry/6-9-11-14/)
  • “14,” Blood Pudding Pres (United States)s, Fall 2020 (http://thebloodpudding.com/poetry/6-9-11-14/)
  • “George Hjorth Never Saw the Film He Shot at Normandy,” From Whispers to Roars Arts & Literary Magazine (United States), Summer 2020 (https://www.fromwhisperstoroars.com/issues/2020/6/30/volume-3-issue-1)
  • “In the Beginning, I was a Moth,” Indolent Books (United States), Summer 2020 (https://www.indolentbooks.com/what-rough-beast-06-17-20-d-e-fulford/)
  • “Silence is Not,” Indolent Books (United States), Summer 2020 (https://www.indolentbooks.com/what-rough-beast-06-17-20-d-e-fulford/)
  • “Two Dumb Syllables,” Indolent Books (United States), Summer 2020(https://www.indolentbooks.com/what-rough-beast-06-17-20-d-e-fulford/)
  • “Lapse,” published in Literati Magazine (Switzerland), Spring 2020
  • “Lines,” published in Literati Magazine (Switzerland), Spring 2020
  • “Parable,” published in Literati Magazine (Switzerland), Spring 2020
  • “In Parts,” published in Dreamers Magazine (Canada), Spring 2020 (https://www.dreamerswriting.com/devon-fulford/)
  • "Descent," selected as finalist in Crosswinds Poetry Journal's (United States) 2019 annual poetry contest by judge Richard Blanco, inaugural poet for Barack Obama
  • "They Say," published in Sunspot Literary Journal (United States), Spring 2020
  • "Holidaze," published in Sunspot Literary Journal (United States), Spring 2020
  • "We Will Wait by the Lake," published in Allegory Ridge's (United States) inaugural poetry anthology, Aurora, Spring 2020
  • "Pink," published in Inklette (United States), Issue VIII, Summer 2019 edition
  • "Religion, Love, God," published in Poety.com Best of 2003; published in Pen Pusher's Publications (United States), 2004
  • "Fight Me," published in of Noble House's Theatre of the Mind (United States), Winter 2004 edition
  • "Poetry," published in Poetry.com Who's Who of American Poets (United States), 2004
  • "Speak," published in Poetry.com (United States), Best of 2003

First Generation Story

I am a first generation college graduate.