For “Bonnie In-Between,” author Linda L. Osmundson simply recounted and expanded on her childhood experience caught in the middle of a difficult divorce.
When manuscript scandal came to light, Joel Warner knew he’d found his project
Joel Warner’s “The Curse of the Marquis de Sade” was inspired by an alleged Ponzi scheme built around a novel by one of history’s most controversial figures.
A fascination with multiple psyches fueled L.R. Braden’s fantasy works
Fascinated by multiple psyches since she saw the movie “Sybil” as a child, author L.R. Braden has used the fantasy genre to explore paranatural phenomena.
Nature and diverse cultures gave Kathy Taylor’s short stories their underpinnings
“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.
Littwin: For me, surviving 2022 meant occasionally turning off the news and reading books. Here are some of the best.
Did it seem like all the books this year were about Trump? Take a trip to the bookstore, and you’ll find a whole other world.
SunLit interview: A nightmare and quantum physics set Catherine Wallace Hope on a novel course
Catherine Wallace Hope grew up in Colorado, the setting for her thriller, ”Once Again.” She earned her degree in creative writing at the University of Colorado and also delved into dance in New York and art and psychology in California. When she returned to Colorado, she became an instructor at the renowned Lighthouse Writers Workshop, offering […]
SunLit interview: How Dylan Fisher’s fever dream became a game to create the longest sentence
Dylan Fisher’s first book, “The Loneliest Band in France,” was the Winner of Texas Review Press’s 2019 Clay Reynolds Novella Prize and selected as a 2020 Coups de Cœur by The American Library in Paris. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Dylan recently relocated from Denver to Atlanta […]
Half of the duo known as Linda Keir explains how two authors forged an “almost flawless working relationship”
Linda Joffe Hull is a Denver-based author. She writes mystery and contemporary fiction under her own name, and with author Keir Graff as part of the writing team known as Linda Keir. A former president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, and board member of Mystery Writers of America, Linda was named the 2013 RMFW Writer […]
C. Joseph Greaves’ Colorado friends asked, “When are you going to write about here?” This book is the answer.
C. Joseph Greaves is an honors graduate of both the University of Southern California and Boston College Law School who spent 25 years as an L.A. trial lawyer before becoming a writer. He has been a finalist for most of the major awards in crime fiction including the Shamus, Macavity, Lefty, and Audie, as well […]
Longtime Colorado author dug deep, and found treasures in iconic Cheley camps’ past
Award-winning writer and naturalist Mary Taylor Young has been writing about the landscape and heritage of Colorado and the American West for 33 years. Her 20 books include ”Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years” and ”Land of Grass and Sky: A Naturalist’s Prairie Journey.” Mary was a National Park Service Artist-in-Residence at Rocky Mountain National Park in […]