Articles By Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book
How the editor of “Beautiful Flesh: A Body of Essays” constructed a “body of work” in her collection
Stephanie G'Schwind pieced together elements that represent not only anatomy, but family, anxiety and social class
SunLit Interview: An expert advised Peg Brantley that her book “Trafficked” shouldn’t take place “over there”
Brantley thought Colorado would provide sparse research for her novel, but she was sadly mistaken
His book on the insect world drew inspiration from an obvious source -- the film "My Dinner With Andre"
Interview: “The Last Stand of the Pack” co-editor Andrew Gulliford views writing on wolves an “ecological necessity”
Decades after the last known wolf in Colorado was killed, the controversy over reintroduction rages on
Her second tale featuring Raisa Jordan also had more to tell about the protagonist, a U.S. diplomatic agent with family ties to Ukraine
Heroine Matty Cobb deals with repressed memories as she helps solve the series' self-contained mysteries
A dream revealed just one line of dialogue, but that was enough to launch an entire book
And the story's main character becomes a an ultimately uplifting vehicle for "breaking free of old chains"
She sought to continue the conversation about honest portrayals of sex in literary works