Colorado's first state supreme court justice, Jean Dubofsky, was the lead attorney in a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case dealing with gay rights.
Stories of zombies before "The Walking Dead," and ghosts long before Casper, as recollected in a CU historian's new book.
Gary Reilly wrote more than two dozen novels during his lifetime but none were published until after his death in 2011.
A new book maps the experience of Asians in Colorado from Chinese pioneers to Japanese internment to Asian-America's "Greatest Generation."
Former Denver Post columnist Dick Kreck explores murders, infidelities and financial misdeeds from Colorado's past.
Fallen comrades, forbidden love and brutal combat, Abraha documents his time with the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Army (EPRA) in his book "Love of Assimba."
Author Erik Storey grew up on Colorado's West Slope and channels his many rough jobs in this debut novel.
A new "biography" of coyotes explains their extraordinary resilience and why they spread from the West across North America
Kent Haruf’s wife, Cathy, and his editor, Gary Fisketjon, reflect on the late Colorado author's career.
In a new book, a CSU professor follows seven children who lived through Hurricane Katrina