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.
As a kid, Grandin would make forts and dioramas out of cardboard. She wants today's young people to similarly invent things with their hands.
Cayton-Holland's new book, "Tragedy + Time," is a loving tribute to his sister and a portrait of his exceptional Denver family.
CU professor Marcia Douglas will be at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival in Boulder this weekend. Her latest book is "The Marvellous Equations Of The Dread: A Novel in Bass Riddim."
Jeanne Winer's latest book, "Her Kind of Case," is modeled off Winer's own high-profile cases.
Gwen Florio traveled overseas shortly after the 9/11 attacks.
Colorado poet Jovan Mays penned a poem to Glenwood Canyon as part of the Wild I-70 audio tour.
Carter Wilson wrote "Mister Tender's Girl" to explore what the survivor of such a crime would be like as an adult.
Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose dropped out of school at age 16 and withstood anti-Semitism to achieve a remarkable military career.