Teague Bohlen is a writer, novelist and professor at the University of Colorado Denver, where he serves as fiction editor for Copper Nickel and faculty adviser for the student newspaper, The Sentry. His first novel, The Pull of the Earth, won the Colorado Book Award for Literary Fiction in 2007; his textbook The Snarktastic Guide to College Success came out in 2014.
1 day ago | Literature
The Old West was a weird place — but not weird enough for Denver author and editor David Boop, who rounded up a posse of fantasy/sci-fi writers for the Western-horror anthology Straight Outta Tombstone.
18 days ago | Commentary
August in general is the doldrums of the summer — the warm-weather holidays are pretty much over until Labor Day ushers out the season of fun, most people have already used up their vacation time, and the kids are bored with the video games you bo...
23 days ago | Lists
Good news—Frontier Airlines is hiring. And not a moment too soon, it seems, based on the spectacular flame-out of Frontier’s recently departed Head of Corporate Communications Jim Faulkner, who lists “crisis communications” as one of his responsib...
1 month ago | Lists
Parking is one of those things that we all have to do — at least those of us with a license who like to get behind the wheel now and then. (If you can get along in 21st-century America without driving, more power to you.) But the problem is, no...
1 month ago | Design
Today, July 8, marks the beginning of the Meet in the Street Prototyping Series by the Downtown Denver Partnership. On every Saturday through August 26, proposals to improve, grow and celebrate the 16th Street Mall will be displayed on the strip.