Wallace Stegner

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    July 30, 2012

    Tonight: Deanne Stillman's Desert Reckoning at Tattered Cover

    Deanne Stillman's richly textured works of nonfiction about life and death in the Mojave Desert involve more than casual research, and consequently take some time in the writing -- from eight to ten years each. Her true-crime debut, Twentynine Palms, explored the 1991 murder of two girls by a berser ... More >>

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    April 25, 2012

    Kent Haruf picks up his Stegner Award tonight at CU-Boulder

    Following in the footsteps of Wallace Stegner, the "Dean of Western Writers," takes a big pair of shoes. Though we don't know what size award-winning Colorado author Kent Haruf wears, we do know that his literary prowess is deserving of the Wallace Stegner Award, given annually by CU-Boulder's Cente ... More >>

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    February 23, 2009

    Wake-Up Call: Nathan Ybanez gets his week in court

    By June of 1998, sixteen-year-old Nathan Ybanez couldn't take it any more. So he called his friend, seventeen-year-old Eric Jensen, to get him out of the house. And he got out, all right: In separate trials, both boys were convicted of the murder of Julie Ybanez, as detailed in Luke Turf's "Headed f ... More >>

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    April 21, 2005

    Big Wheels

    These Siberians roll before gearing up to govern.

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    May 8, 2003