For a former English teacher, the essay form came instinctively. Then Jerry Fabyanic noticed a connection among his themes that provided the basis for “Food for Thought.”
The volunteers at the Park Hill Community Bookstore recommend two companion volumes on geography plus a Coretta Scott King Book Award winner.
Influenced by Peruvian literary tradition, Claire Ibarra, author of “Fragile Saints,” invoked magical realism and — unexpectedly — colonialism.
The folks at Aspen’s Explore Booksellers recommend a page-turner mystery, nuanced short stories about men and women and a remarkable collection of poetry.
“Trees and Other Witnesses” author Kathy Taylor explains how an appreciation for nature, and a background living in other countries,, combined to produce standalone stories with some common threads.
Out West Books owner Marya Johnston suggest four books: a Chinese family history plus three others that delve into Chinese culture — and lots of food — to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
Author Gini Rifkin’s historical romance “Undercover Outlaw” takes place in 1888, but the pervasiveness of human trafficking moved her to include a hotline number.
Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends a compendium of phobias, essays on music and culture and a book of insights about trees.
The Colorado Sun spoke with local lawmakers about upcoming priorities during the 2023 legislative session.
The 120-day lawmaking term began with speeches from the top Democrat and Republican in the House and Senate