Nina Goffi, Poets & WritersRead it and reap! We've long lamented the lack of a strong literary history of Denver -- and now Jenny Shank, author of The Ringer, has provided one, just published on the Poets and Writers web site. "Colorado has often been a boom and bust state," she writes, "at ... More >>
John WilliamsFor years this space has been the repository of staff rants about the weird selections made by the city's One Book, One Denver program -- most of which have little or nothing to do with Colorado and seem to be, at best, a nod toward oh-so-PC mediocrity. The worst offender may be ... More >>
This book will not help you understand DenverIf you haven't yet voted for your choice for the next round of One Book, One Denver, then start panicking. Today is the last day to help choose the book that Mayor John Hickenlooper will command everybody to read this fall, in order that we may be ... More >>
For a city that embraces reading, Denver has never really embraced the One Book, One Denver program -- not even after last year's votingpalooza for the fifth edition, tied to a secret National Endowment for the Arts grant from the Big Read program, which resulted in the pick of To Kill a Moc ... More >>
Jack Kerouac's back, and Denver's literary scene is on a scroll.
From dirty jokes and soldiers to penguins and gays, we made our preferences known.
Ledger and Gyllenhaal are cowboys in love.
The 28th Starz Denver International Film Festival is ready for action.
Haunting Denver's most notorious haunts.
Join Sandra Cisneros and the other Evil Companions.
Flies the Fields (Quarterstick Records)
One Book, One Denver gets stoked
Some newspaper columnists speak volumes even after they're gone.
Evil Companions Literary Award
With his other projects behind him, Jeff Mueller is putting all his energy into Shipping News.
Memories keep the ghosts of past friendships alive.
May 6 - 12, 1999