Blake Crouch takes readers inside the Schrödinger's cat theory and asks where you'd be if you'd made different choices. Or, maybe you actually have.
Stephen Graham Jones' "Mongrels" is more than a horror novel. It's a coming-of-age story mixed with mythology and romance.
Colorado author Gil Asakawa says he's like a born-again Japanese American. He's written an instruction manual of sorts for others looking to connect, or reconnect, with their culture.
Years after the Boulderite won in Munich in 1972 he crusaded against doping in sports and came to grips with physical abuse he suffered as a child
A Denver author tells why writers like Shakespeare and Hemingway, and everyday people, are attracted to words taken from sports.
A new short film frames last year's Jefferson County School Board recall election as a harbinger of politics nationwide today. Leftover food from Colorado Rockies' home games isn't going into a landfill this year, as it did in the past. It will go to places it's needed, like a day shelter for homeless kids. Also, supersonic air travel may make a comeback if one Colorado Company has its way. And a special guest co-host helps interview the Denver author of a detective novel for young adults.
CPR News invited Fort Collins eighth grader Aritra Nag to co-host an interview with Denver filmmaker and author Adam Lipsius, whose new book is "Knox Chase on the Case."
A Colorado historian and author profiles the Rough Riders and Roosevelt's legacy in a new book.
Denver author and journalist Ed Sealover says a bond exists between history, hiking and drinking in Colorado. If you want to find the "soul of Colorado," it'll be outside the "cookie-cutter restaurants and strip malls."
Annika Clark says she's "always stuck in my imagination," a trait that helped her win a gold medal in the national Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.