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Tempered Steel magazine brings creativity out of students

Tempered Steel, Colorado State University-Pueblo's annual literary magazine, continues to feature creative writing by students at the university. The magazine, which is published every spring, has been on campus for almost 20 years. Writings include short stories, poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Photo courtesy of http://chass.csupueblo.edu/English/TemperedSteel/Pages/TemperedSteel.aspx Previously known as The Hungry Eye, the magazine was changed in 2008 when Juan Morales, associate professor of English and director of creative writing, and the student staff decided to change the name to something more fitting for Pueblo, known as “The Steel City.” “The...
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Tempered Steel looking for creative writers

Tempered Steel is CSU-Pueblo's creative writing publication. Calling all CSU-Pueblo’s ink slingers, wordsmiths and lyricists! Have you written a poem about zombies in love? What about a short story recounting a mime’s struggle to survive the end of days? Or how about that one time you saved the planet by defeating alien invaders in a dance off? OK, maybe that last one is a bit more science fiction rather than inspired non-fiction. However, if you are a creative writer and want a chance to have your artistic voice heard, Tempered...