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Columbine: A True Crime Story
Ten years after Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed twelve classmates and a teacher, Columbine remains the world's most iconic school shooting. Columbine: A True...
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Advance Praise for Memory's Rooms: “Even the unlucky and the unacknowledged watch from high-up windows as Eleanor Swanson reminds us, I know what I saw,”...
Some of These Days
Robert Wendell King was born Dec. 7, 1937, in Denver, Colorado, and graduated from Fort Collins High School in 1955. He received his B. A. in English in 1959 from...
Language for the Living and the Dead
Language for the Living and the Dead is a new collection of poetry by Chris Ransick, appointed Denver Poet Laureate in 2006 and winner of the Colorado Book Award....
A Return to Emptiness
A Colorado Book Award finalist, A Return to Emptiness is a collection of short stories about life, loss, and love. In Ransick's words, "Loss is common to us all,...
No Stranger Than My Own
Michael Henry's poems are a skilled, luminous negotiation with the surfaces of life and the shapes of memory. His poems, shot through with feeling and perfectly...
Lost Sheep: Aspen's Counterculture in the 1970s--A Memoir recounts the author's journey from the "real" world of 1970s America to the rollicking,...
Crazy Chicana in Catholic City
Poems by Juliana Aragón Fatula "Juliana Aragón Fatula writes histories so terrifying they feel as if they were written with a knife. She writes with craft...
Thread of the Real
New poetry by Joseph Hutchison Thread of the Real Who’d have thought: setting out from a gap in the seam between...
Let the Birds Drink in Peace
Each of Robert Garner McBrearty’s stories has its own sensibility, but what his characters share is a desire to know how best to live when confronted by...
Beauty at Night
Hardcover: $10 Buy here Imagine a world where pharaohs have wheelbarrows, bicycles are made of ice, tigers live in apartment buildings, trees speak, kites...
Beethoven in Denver
Hardcover: $10 Softcover: $5 Buy here In this collection, Burton Raffel brings a lifetime of artistry to an enchanting and visionary story, followed by a...
The Elephant's Chiropractor
Softcover: $5 Buy here "What impresses one first about David J. Rothman is his immense imaginative and intellectual range, but the more one reads his striking...
The Geography of Hope
Softcover: $5 Buy here Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs (1992), a collection of essays, is the last book Wallace Stegner published in a long...
Letters From a Stranger
Hardcover: $10 Softcover: $5 Buy here James Tipton is the world’s preeminent surrealist beekeeper. At his home on a high mesa near Grand Junction,...
Living, Loving, and Other Heresies
Hardcover: $10 Softcover: $5 Buy here “If this is heresy, we need more of it! A timeless book of compelling prose and poetry.”—Bill Moyers The...
Softcover: $5 Hardback: $10 Buy here Mark Todd is the New West incarnate. A working rancher and a professor of English, his poetry embodies local knowledge...