It seems obvious that Theodor Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss) liked hats when you think about it; one of the beloved children's author's most famous books, after all, has the word in the title. And in the worlds he constructed, where cats wear hats and food takes on unusual color, whimsy and delight are the ... More >>
Monday, January 7 by Audrey Sprenger, Ph.D Denver | There has been a lot of talk about Jack Kerouac this year and the 50th anniversary of his novel On The Road. It's buzzed through Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone, public broadcasting and public radio. Over and over again I hear the same comments, th ... More >>
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn discusses the past and the present.
Jack Kerouac's back, and Denver's literary scene is on a scroll.
Chris Ransick corrals poets to read for the blind and dyslexic.
If Colfax is buried, will Civic Center rise again?
How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
Denver's famous Black American West Museum may be history.
Down the Up Staircase.
Gerald Nicosia has spent a decade challenging the disposition of Jack Kerouac's $20 million literary estate. Along the way, he's annoyed most of what remains of the beat generation.