The two-time Colorado Book Award winner's newest release is a collection of short fiction called, "The Skull of Pancho Villa and Other Stories."
"Contrition" explores themes like sibling rivalry and the perils of fame, and asks: What matters more in art, the process or the product?
Set in Prague, Landes' graphic short story, "Revolt to What?" is a philosophical look at what happens after you get what you fought for.
"Western Lonesome Society" includes a cast of characters such as a tribe of Comanches, a make-believe therapist, a crazed linguist and a paranoid narrator.
We look back on some of our favorite Colorado Matters interviews with writers of short prose.
After writing several gruesome and true accounts of small town murders, the writer turns to fiction, but sticks with violence.
In a new book, "Undivided,' Patricia Raybon and her daughter, Alana, address what it means to be an interfaith family.
Fruitcake is often vilified as a food. The Denver theater and literature organization Stories on Stage takes a different approach to the dish though.
"LEAD With Comics," a program from the Denver nonprofit Pop Culture Classroom, teaches inmates art and literacy skills so they can make their own graphic novels.
Since her appointment in March, she's spoken at city events, including the inauguration of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.