In Sean Eads’ novel “Confessions,” two men deal with both a suicide and a manuscript that may explain a life-changing incident from decades earlier.
For September, the staff at Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommends a novel of queer life in Russia, a supernatural Western and a Japanese bestseller.
In a Paris gallery, a man views sculpted scenes spanning his youth and a relationship found and lost in Christina Holbrook’s romance novel “All the Flowers of the Mountain.”
In “Again and Again,” Chloe, a terminal cancer patient in Juliet Wittman’s novel, wrestles with surreal impacts of treatment as well as her anger and loneliness.
Kali Fajardo says her novel “Woman of Light” leans on classic Western film and stands as a paean to her ancestors — and to Denver.
Influenced by Peruvian literary tradition, Claire Ibarra, author of “Fragile Saints,” invoked magical realism and — unexpectedly — colonialism.
In “Dad,” a novel that draws from the author’s experience, a family wrestles with a parent prone to taking off across the country.
With “Dad,” author Bob Seay faced the challenge of relating Alzheimer’s devastating impacts with respect while acknowledging its toll on an entire family.
Jodi Bowersox has been an actress, seamstress, designer, business owner, homeschool teacher, kid’s choir director and artist. Her romance novels span genres from faith fiction to suspense to time travel to sci fi with small town and big city settings. Several have won awards from the Colorado Book Awards, the Colorado Authors League, and the […]
Gregory SETH Harris, best known as the performance poet SETH, is a fiction writer, poet, actor, musician and producer. He is the author of two books: “A Black Odyssey,” a poetic memoir intertwining his personal experiences as a Black poet in contemporary America with the journey of Homer’s Odysseus; and the recently published novel, “The […]