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Category Archives: Arts
Telluride poet Kierstin Bridger gives voice to prostitutes of the Old West in her collection, Demimonde.
Prostitutes in Old West mining towns were relegated to the shadowy world of night. They were often shunned by their communities… and yet they played an important role in the history of the west. Demimonde translates as “half world” – … Continue reading
Twenty-five years ago author Pam Houston was living in her car. But her first book, Cowboys Are My Weakness, became a bestseller – giving voice to women across the nation — and it gave Houston just enough money to make … Continue reading
Boulder poet Andrea Gibson weaves together love poetry with entries that explore protests, gun violence, homophobia and even war. The complexities and depths of human emotion form the foundation of Gibson’s latest collection of poetry, “Lord of the Butterflies,”. Gibson, who prefers the … Continue reading
In the 1800s, Dr. J. Marion Sims, a white doctor considered to be the “father of modern gynecology,” experimented on enslaved black women, including a woman named Anarcha. In her new poetry collection “Anarcha Speaks: A History In Poems,” Denver poet Dominique … Continue reading
On this day in 1975, at the tail end of the Vietnam War, there was a dramatic airlift. Thousands of people were evacuated out of Saigon as North Vietnamese troops approached the city. Vietnamese American poet Diana Khoi Nguyen’s parents … Continue reading
Lyons printmaker Bud Shark’s work appears in some of the country’s best museums: New York’s Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., to name a few. The pieces stem from decades of … Continue reading
Boulder poet Andrea Gibson. (Courtesy Coco Aramaki) For years, the concept of gender was painful for Boulder performance artist and poet Andrea Gibson. But now, it’s something to celebrate. Gibson has released a new book called “Take Me With You” along with an … Continue reading
A deep sense of the landscape and people of the American West infuses Western State University English professor Mark Todd’s poetry. And for the last three decades he’s wrangled Colorado writers at all kinds of events — from cowboy poetry readings to poetry … Continue reading
Janice Gould is the voice of an outsider when she writes with a tender intimacy of how she felt different as a teenager. Then she goes deep into the connection of family, a family standing at the “precipice of mortality” … Continue reading