Teague Bohlen is a writer, novelist, and professor at the University of Colorado Denver, where he serves as Fiction Editor for Copper Nickel, Faculty Adviser for the student newspaper The Sentry, and Program Director of Creative Writing. His first novel, The Pull of the Earth, won the Colorado Book Award for Literary Fiction, and his textbook The Snarktastic Guide to College Success came out in 2014.
5 days ago | Lists
With the recent acquisition of Whole Foods by the online retail giant Amazon, some significant changes are coming...and it’s not just because Jeff Bezos has a hankering for some $6 asparagus water. Here’s are eight ways your shopping experiences m...
9 days ago | Holidays
The politics of holiday celebrations are, in a word, weird. Who in the world decides that this or that day is a holiday of some sort? Barring some sort of religious, traditional, or lunar reason for a holiday’s placement on the Western calendar, t...
9 days ago | Family
It’s mid-June, which means it's time to think about a lot of things: upcoming vacations, the Pride parade and...oh, yeah, I gotta get something for my dad. This used to be a lot easier, back when you could make a ceramic ashtray or a shoe-polishin...
24 days ago | Summer
Some Denver experiences are iconic, things you must do if you’re a newcomer to this city. But natives appreciate them, too. In fact, the quintessential Colorado events are things you can do over and over again. If you’re a local, consider this a ...
25 days ago | Lists
June is the month for a lot of things: it's Celibacy Awareness Month, National Bathroom Reading Month, and somehow Fireworks Safety Month, which clearly seems like a month too early. You have to wonder what sort of power and money the Fireworks l...
25 days ago | Summer
You’re new in town, and you need a handy guide on how to have the quintessential Denver summer. To help out, we’ve compiled a list of the ten things you must experience if you’re a Denver newbie.