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Honoring the Life of Kurt Brown

September 25th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Press | Leave A Comment »

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Kurt Brown earlier this week. He was a monumental figure in the rise of Colorado as an important hub of literary culture in the American West. In fact, the existence of Conundrum Press can be traced all the way back to his generosity and nurturing of a […]

Review: ‘Lost Sheep’ offers unique glimpse into Aspen’s heyday by Stewart Oksenhorn

September 25th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Press | Leave A Comment »

ASPEN, July 27, 2012/ The Aspen Times/ — Most recollections of the ’70s in Aspen come with a caveat: If the person doing the recollecting were truly a part of what was going on in the Aspen of the ’70s, he should have been too stoned, or at least too astonished by what was going on […]

Aspen’s ‘Lost Sheep’ by Andrew Travers, Aspen Daily News Staff Writer

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ASPEN, July 29, 2012/ Aspen Daily News/ — Ron Garfield was recently talking to an Aspen transplant about his decades as an attorney here, when he offhandedly mentioned Joe Edwards, the trailblazing local attorney and county commissioner. “Who is Joe Edwards?” the transplant responded. The naïve response, Garfield said at a recent Aspen Business Luncheon, prompted […]

Lost Sheep: Aspen’s Counterculture in the 1970s-A Memoir

September 3rd, 2013  |  by  |  published in Kurt Brown, Non-fiction | Leave A Comment »

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, freedom-loving, outlaw world of Aspen. Blending personal narrative, local history, dramatic interlude, and cultural analysis, the story begins as a literal journey but quickly evolves into the memoir of an entire town-a time and […]

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Golden, Colorado-based Conundrum Press publishes fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction, focusing primarily on authors who live in the Rocky Mountain region.

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Colorado Book Award, Colorado Book Award Finalists, Sherwood Anderson Prize, Pushcart Prize, IndieFab Award Finalist, 2015 International Rubery Book Award Shortlist, Denver/Colorado Poet Laureates.

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