"Contrition" explores themes like sibling rivalry and the perils of fame, and asks: What matters more in art, the process or the product?
In her latest cookbook, "The Kitchen Ecosystem," food journalist and author Eugenia Bone suggests doing a "pantry intervention" to improve your cooking.
With a gag order in place since just after the attack, observers couldn't find out much about the case. The trial has changed that.
In the book, Krouse explores the tough world of street fighting with an unexpected protagonist named Nina Black, who makes a living by knocking out men and stealing their wallets.
Francine Mathews gets inside the head of James Bond's creator in her new book, "Too Bad To Die."
Scott Carney's nonfiction work chronicles the life and death of Stanford-educated Ian Thorson. His story is indicative of the darkest places where unmitigated pursuit of a higher spirituality can lead.
CU-Boulder's Orin Hargraves has a new book called "It's Been Said Before."
- Host Steve Inskeep explores modern-day humiliation with writer Jon Ronson, whose new book So You've Been Publicly Shamed digs into the lives of people who've been raked over the coals on social media.Read More
David Mason's main character is a middle child whose mother has died and who gets bullied at school. His imagination is his escape.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores how Denver's newest music joint, Nocturne, will affect the city's larger jazz scene and how Metro Area poets are creating verse inspired by the urban landscape.