Terry Nash is an award-winning cowboy poet who draws from his own experience as a rancher on the Western Slope.
The show features poems and prose written on, for and about typewriters. The public can participate by typing up their own work on an antiquated mechanical contraption.
Colorado Matters' resident poet David Rothman penned this ode to the mountains in winter.
Poet David Rothman calls for "a better way to live" and "more conversations."
Bob Cooperman grew up seeing the Dead perform in his home town, New York City, in the late 1960s.
Dominique Christina wrote poems from both the perspective of Anarcha and from the white doctor who experimented on her, Dr. J. Marion Sims.
Colorado poet Jovan Mays penned a poem to Glenwood Canyon as part of the Wild I-70 audio tour.
Vietnamese American poet Diana Khoi Nguyen’s parents fled Vietnam. She reads from her new book of poetry, “Ghost Of.”
Western State University Professor Mark Todd has encouraged Colorado poets at all kinds of events, from cowboy poetry readings to poetry slams. He recently received the Karen Chamberlain Award for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry in Colorado.