On this Labor Day, we listen back to some of our favorite Colorado Matters interviews with writers of verse.
Colorado Matters resident poet David Rothman's new work, "Back to School," asks why school exists at all.
The late Jake Adam York wrote about the South and the forgotten victims of racial violence.
From alcohol to racism, Canon City poet Juliana Aragón Fatula doesn’t shy away from writing about the hard stuff in her life.
In anticipation of summer's arrival, Rothman, Colorado Public Radio's resident poet, writes about the Rocky Mountains.
At 82, 92, and 102, you might expect our three guests to be retired. Their love of their art is what keeps them going.
Lenny Chernila was credited as bridging the transition from Beat poetry to the slam poetry movement in Denver.
- Lenny Chernila was credited with starting the slam poetry movement in Denver.Read more
Waldstein's new collection of poetry titled "The Hauntings," reflects on the time she spent working with very sick kids and other experiences in her life.
This weekend, Gilbert launches his newest project, "Unlocked," which teaches inmates at a Sterling prison how to read and write poetry.