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Ray Bradbury Double Feature


Nerd girl goes musical sex kitten for the enormous talent of Ray Bradbury

9 years ago by Cory Casciato
The number of science fiction authors who can number themselves among the objects of sexual fascination that have had inspired bouncy pop songs about that lust was, presumably, zero until very recently. But now, the ardor of Rachel Bloom for prolific and excellent science fiction author Ray Bradbury has changed...

Ray Bradbury, R.I.P.: His Colorado connection

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
The death of author Ray Bradbury this week touched millions of readers worldwide. But it had very personal significance to Colorado Springs' Barry Hoffman, who first made contact with Bradbury around a quarter-century ago, published limited editions of his work on his Springs-based Gauntlet Press imprint, and facilitated a unique...

Comedian Andy Sell on Pablo Neruda, UFOs and meeting Ray Bradbury

6 years ago by Byron Graham
Reading is about more than following a narrative or learning facts; it can also be a profound shared experience that culminates in a better understanding of ourselves and each other. In that spirit, welcome to the Westword Book Club, a weekly feature celebrating the books that inspire Denver artists.

Mark Mayer: From Boulder Book Store Worker to Author of Aerialists

6 months ago by Teague Bohlen
An interview with Denver writer Mark Mayer on the occasion of the Colorado launch of his collection of short fiction, Aerialists: Stories.

Beer Calendar: Special Tappings at 4 Noses, Fermaentra, Great Divide

1 year ago by Jonathan Shikes
Here are our pick's for Denver's top craft beer happenings through June 2, 2018

Beer Calendar: Brewery Anniversaries, Craft Beer Week and TRVE Cans

1 year ago by Jonathan Shikes
TRVE is now in cans, Strange is celebrating eight years and American Craft Beer Week is a go — all in this week's calendar.

100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Kendra Fleischman

3 years ago by Susan Froyd
#57: Kendra Fleischman Over her thirty-year career as an artist, Colorado native Kendra Fleischman has crossed a bridge or two, connecting a traditional sculpture practice in stone and bronze with the digital world of new media. On the large-scale side, you can find her monumental public sculptures installed throughout the...

Feel the Burn

12 years ago by Susan Froyd
There's possibly no better book to discuss at a library than Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury's prophetic parable about a book-burning society of the future. The novel was an obvious choice for The Big Read, a nationwide initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts to encourage folks to read. And...

Review: The Catamounts' Futura Could Be Just Your Type of Show

3 years ago by Juliet Wittman
If you’re a fan of the sitcom The Middle, you’ll remember the wonderful episode in which the family’s eccentric youngest son, Brick, starts a font blog. “If you can talk about fonts, you can talk to anyone,” he comments to his father. Brick acquires one reader, blogs for a few...

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