Jones, who teaches a new course at CU Boulder on the craft of horror writing, recommends short fiction from some of his favorite authors in the horror genre.
As 2016 comes to a close, we're listening back to some favorite conversations from the year. This includes a fictional character who's loved on the page and on the screen: Western sheriff Walt Longmire. He's the creation of Wyoming author Craig Johnson. Then, after decades of hosting guests from around the world, the Cascade Cottages at Rocky Mountain National Park are no more.
As the year winds down, we're listening to captivating conversations from 2016 -- like the one with the swearing, tattooed pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber, founder of the House For All Sinners and Saints in Denver. Her latest book is about finding God in all the wrong people. Then, the Lumineers discuss sudden fame and the creative process.
Two booksellers suggest Colorado and Western-themed books to give as gifts or to keep for yourself.
University of Colorado pediatrician Harley Rotbart asked physicians for stories of patient recoveries "they can't forget." He collected them in the new book "Miracles We Have Seen."
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."
Read an excerpt from "Accidental Saints," the latest book by the tattooed Lutheran pastor who says she swears like a truck driver. It's out in paperback.
Former Denver Post columnist Dick Kreck explores murders, infidelities and financial misdeeds from Colorado's past.