SunLit Interview: In “Slow Arrow,” Kathryn Winograd wove threads of her mother’s voice
The author wrote the essay "Skyglow," one of the last in her collection, after her mother moved to Colorado and they developed a "companionable routine"
SunLit Excerpt: In “Skyglow,” a look to the heavens for beauty and meaning
Author Kathryn Winograd's selection from her book of essays, “Slow Arrow: Unearthing the Frail Children,” melds the mysteries of the night sky with the search for truth
SunLit Interview: A mystery on the family ranch led author David M. Jessup to a trilogy
Oral history provided the basis for "Mariano's Woman." Then the author began crafting the fictional account that explores human motivation.
SunLit Excerpt: In “Mariano’s Woman,” a mother seeks her dead daughter’s spirit-being
Author David M. Jessup introduces a native woman whose quest to reconnect with her child winds through cultural clashes and enduring spiritual questions
SunLit Interview: Author Bill Sonn found a “starter drug” in library archives
The writer of the nonfiction "Something Like Treason" came across a trove of documents on an Army unit for misfits that led to his obsession with their story
SunLit Special: “Something Like Treason” tells a bizarre Colorado-based story of WWII
Author William Sonn examined the true tale of some would-be traitors in a misfit Army unit based near the vaunted Camp Hale in the Colorado mountains
SunLit Special: “Cockeyed Happy” reveals Hemingway’s Wyoming chapters
Author Darla Worden, a longtime Ernest Hemingway fan, delves into the author's trips to her home state and his relationship with second wife Pauline Pfeiffer
SunLit Interview: How a $1 volume of Hemingway’s letters launched Darla Worden’s quest
Like Hemingway, the author traveled the world to pursue her writing. But she found inspiration in the time he spent in her home state of Wyoming.
SunLit Interview: In “Site Fidelity,” Claire Boyles examines the power of place
The author explains how the book's title ties the short stories together, and why it's a "metaphor for life during the climate catastrophe"
SunLit Special: Claire Boyles’ “Site Fidelity” delves into the trials of rural life
This excerpt from author's collection of short stories offers a window onto the lives of one couple trying to regain economic footing after the Great Recession
SunLit Interview: A pioneering woman in TV news, author Sue Hinkin drew on the experience
In "The Burn Patient," she leaned on her early career to create a series based on a female crime-solving duo
SunLit Excerpt: “The Burn Patient” sends a young teen on an audition that feels all wrong
This selection from Sue Hinkin's Colorado Book Award-winning thriller tracks the girl's path to a dance tryout -- in a studio at the epicenter of L.A.'s porn industry
SunLit Interview: How and why co-authors came together to address caregiving
Loretta Gilbert and Nancy Walker combined their individual backgrounds with one common denominator -- Nancy's mother -- to write "Caregiving Done Differently"
SunLit Excerpt: A resource for navigating difficult family conversations about aging
In this excerpt from "Caregiving Done Differently," the authors explain strategies for approaching seniors about possible changes to facilitate their care
SunLit Excerpt: “Memories in the Drift” charts a woman’s struggle to reconcile her past
This week's selection introduces a protagonist whose short-term memory loss creates conflict between who she was -- and the person she is.
SunLit Interview: An isolated Alaska town and a memory condition sparked a novel
Author Melissa Payne grew fascinated by the close-knit community and made it the setting for her protagonist dealing with anterograde amnesia
SunLit Interview: Curious about a peak’s name change, Jeri Norgren set out on a 3-year quest
The author soon became fascinated by the histories behind the 58 Colorado fourteeners -- including still more name changes that continue to this day
SunLit Excerpt: “Colorado’s Highest” charts exploration and naming of state’s 14ers
Author Jeri L. Norgren unravels the history behind Colorado's 58 highest peaks, with the help of photographer John Fielder and painter Robert L. Wogrin
SunLit Excerpt: “Edge of the Map,” recounts the true story of climbers lost in China
Author Johanna Garton recounts how search efforts by U.S. friends hinged on clues from the contents of the legendary Coloradans' backpacks
SunLit Interview: Johanna Garton stepped up to complete a project begun by her mother
With "Edge of the Map," she also honored the story of a legendary climber from her hometown, part of a Colorado-based mountaineering pair that went missing in western China