Kathy Taylor’s short story “Tree of the Little Hands” describes a couple carving out a life and a family — in the shadow of a tree.
In “Dad,” a novel that draws from the author’s experience, a family wrestles with a parent prone to taking off across the country.
Author Gregory Hill’s novel “Sister Liberty” explores the bargain of belonging amid the strange and staid, 19th-century fictional town of Solemn, Indiana.
In “Striking Range,” the seventh Mattie Cobb mystery, author Margaret Mizushima launches a cold-case investigation that hits close to home for her protagonist.
“Rise of the Red Hand,” the young adult novel by Olivia Chada, seeks to put the threats posed by climate change into a global context through science fiction/fantasy.
The University of Denver’s Prison Arts Initiative worked across nine DOC facilities to produce the anthology “Tell It Slant,” a Colorado Book Awards finalist.
In this heart-wrenching excerpt, the author and her partner settle in for a working residency, knowing their time together has been cut short.
With the short story “How to Live Domestically as an Artist,” author Blake Sanz describes a sense of place tainted by turmoil.
Author Todd Mitchell stresses that understanding the random nature of commercial success can help creators overcome doubt.
“The Night of Many Endings” tells of conflicts and bonds that emerge as a diverse group rides out a blizzard amid the stacks.