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.
Former Rocky Mountain News reporter Deborah Frazier shares stories she unearthed while researching for the third edition of her book "Colorado's Hot Springs."
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores a Denver author’s book about South Africa’s plight to overcome racial conflict and the rise of Colorado’s hippie culture through music.
A racist video made by white students at a South African university that went viral in 2008 is the impetus for journalist Donna Bryson’s debut book, “It’s a Black White Thing.”
Harvard law professor Cass Sunstein studied residents in each city for his new book, “Wiser: Getting Beyond Groupthink to Make Groups Smarter.”