The staff of Explore Booksellers in Aspen recommends a riveting novella, a tale of devastating secrets and a celebrated release from Adrienne Brodeur.
The 2023 Colorado Book Awards honored winners in 16 categories as authors, illustrators and editors took center stage at the historic Penrose House in Colorado Springs.
With “Finding Querencia,” author Harrison Candelaria Fletcher addresses the idea of belonging that hit home for him when his daughter gave voice to his own questions.
In her new book “Soil,” Camille T. Dungy challenges her neighborhood’s homogenous plant policies in this melding of nature and environmental justice.
Award-winning poet and scholar Camille T. Dungy took on her nonfiction project “Soil” amid a tumultuous year after winning a Guggenheim fellowship.
Though she set out to write a comic novel after her cancer treatment, Juliet Wittman lacked one thing: A funny bone. Ultimately, she wound up writing “Again and Again,” about a quest that toggles between comedy and tragedy.
This month, Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommends a novel about a dystopian prison system, a story of an author’s deception and a romantic farce.
Edited by Peter Anderson, “Reading Colorado” reveals the quirks and grandeur of Colorado — with historian Tom Noel providing the road map.
This week, the staff from The Bookies in Denver recommends engaging titles for both young readers and adult tastes.
In conjunction with Prairie Sea Projects, The Colorado Sun will annually help support a writer-in-residence who will spend a week working on the Eastern Plains.