I got one of the best Christmas presents a fella could have, when a package arrived in the mail containing a pair of copies of the Winter/Spring editions of the literary journal Colorado Review. The journal has a storied life. It’s first edition in 1956 included work by William Carlos Williams, E. E. Cummings, Henry Miller and Bertolt Brecht. The Review is carried by university and public libraries across the U.S., and is distributed by Ingram Periodicals and Kent News to both chain and independent bookstores and newsstands nationally. Editor Stephanie G’Schwind at the University of Colorado contacted me in the late fall, inquiring about the use of one of my photos. The University of Colorado’s Department of English has used my work before and they do a really good job of making it look good, so saying yes was easy. I was blown away when I saw the book. Stephanie maintained the integrity of my image, making it wrap around the entire front, back and spine of the book. It’s stunning. It’s also just $10 for a copy, so go ask for one. Thanks, Stephanie!