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“Church of the Graveyard Saints” introduces old flames reunited in southwestern Colorado

Protagonist Addie Decker's return to her hometown will reunite her with old boyfriend Colt. Here, author C. Joseph Greaves introduces him.

C. Joseph Greaves’ Colorado friends asked, “When are you going to write about here?” This book is the answer.

After a 25-year career as a lawyer in Los Angeles, he and his wife moved to the southwestern part of the state, where he infused local issues into "Church of the Graveyard Saints"

Kin or hostage? In “Wanted,” a chase across the American West, a woman realizes she’s both

Author Paula L. Silici's excerpt describes a desperate race for freedom and then what could be a last stand for two cousins

For author Paula L. Silici, the trials of a family move made her wonder: What would Jessie Driscoll do?

Silici's thought exercise helped her channel the Old West heroine's feeling of helplessness while on the run from the law in "Wanted"

Scenes from the past and present, linked by shadows and light, death and violence

In their novel "Light in the Shadows," co-authors and spouses Linda Lafferty and Andy Stone meld the life of 16th-century painter Caravaggio with a present-day adventure

I typically express my fears and woes through fiction. Especially during coronavirus.

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Six imagined scenes from a pandemic near you

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

A sibling adventure to a forbidden place — and the disconcerting aftermath of a disorienting storm

In "The Past Is Never," author Tiffany Quay Tyson spins a story that resonates with Southern Gothic tradition

SunLit 2018: Colorado authors took us on wide-ranging tours of the human condition

Their book excerpts introduced us to fascinating characters. Their interviews shed light on their craft. If you missed anything, here’s your chance to catch up.