Learn about the "Colorado Matters at the Tattered" event series featuring Colorado authors and those who write about Western issues.
Colorado Matters at the Tattered
The April 23, 2015 taping of Colorado Matters at the Tattered featured the new book from paleontologist Scott Sampson, "How To Raise A Wild Child."
Author Cynthia Swanson joins Ryan Warner to discuss her new novel "The Bookseller" for the March 3, 2015 taping of "Colorado Matters at the Tattered."
Cynthia Swanson's debut book is called "The Bookseller." It takes place in Denver in the 1960s.
Denver author Peter Heller's latest novel is called "The Painter." It's now out in paperback. He talked about it in front of a live audience at the Tattered Cover Book Store.
Purdy spoke about her life as part of CPR's Colorado Matters at the Tattered series.
At the Tattered Cover on Colfax Avenue, paralympian Amy Purdy speaks with Ryan Warner of Colorado Matters about her new book. The bookstore's owner, Joyce Meskis, is selling the business and retiring.
The Frisco resident attributes her success at “checking things off of my big bucket list” to her continual focus on family, friends, and a return to good health.
The authors of the new book "The Humor Code" join host Ryan Warner and a live audience at The Tattered Cover Book Store on Colfax in Denver.
As part of our Colorado Matters at the Tattered series, she speaks about blending elements of a traditional whodunit with her expertise on Bosnian war crimes.