Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Dave Philipps' new book "Wild Horse Country" digs into the past to understand the future of America's wild horses.
The daughter of a Focus on the Family executive writes about her struggles with religion and sexuality after coming out as gay.
There's new research on the tamarisk, an invasive shrub that clings stubbornly to the banks of southwestern waterways.
In a new book, journalist Michael Kodas explores recent megafires in Colorado and what can be done to change the U.S. relationship with fire.
A young reader joins Colorado Matters to interview Fort Collins author Donna Cooner about her new young adult novel "Worthy." You can read the first chapter here.
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.