In "Draft Board Blues," Denver poet Robert Cooperman writes about his objections to the Vietnam war and how he got out of fighting.
Spanish explorer Juan Rivera traveled through Western Colorado in 1765 looking for silver and a rumored tribe of bearded men. He found some silver, but not the hairy men. His explorations are chronicled in a new book by Montrose archaeologist Steven Baker.
Alison Gervais of Pueblo was only 16 when she started writing a paranormal novel about teen suicide. Now, she's 21, has millions of online viewers and a publishing deal.
Opposites attract - despite their best efforts - in Sandhya Menon’s romantic comedy about two American teens whose Indian parents want to arrange their marriage. The book debuted on the New York Times bestseller list.
Philip Fernbach is co-author of the new book "The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone."
Denverite Jessica Cohen shared the Man Booker International Prize with Israeli author David Grossman for her translation of his book “A Horse Walks Into A Bar.”
When Matthew Sullivan was a kid, a family in his Aurora neighborhood was murdered. Now, he’s based his debut novel on it.
In "White Plains," a troubled professor flees a bad marriage and an unfulfilling career to learn life lessons in Colorado.
Wilson's new book is part memoir and part meditation on his philosophy and how it informs his activism.