SunLit Interview: “Denver Noir” editor Cynthia Swanson weighs in on the project and the importance of place
Swanson, who also contributed a short story to the collection, talks about recruiting authors and how Cheesman Park's history informed her own piece
SunLit Excerpt: “Pieces of Everyone, Everywhere” digs deep, but carefully, into Denver history
This short story from the collection "Denver Noir" revolves around a young person at work exhuming bodies from a cemetery that became Cheesman Park
Councilman Chris Hinds: To move Denver’s Cheesman Park away from its elitist roots, let’s keep it free of cars
Lots of residents near the park don't own cars at all; having a nearby location that is absent car smog, sights and sounds resonates with them.
Opinion: When the COVID-19 pandemic ends, Denver’s Cheesman Park should be re-opened to cars
Closing the park to vehicles is inherently elitist. It favors those who live within walking and biking distance and disadvantages those who live farther away.