Mind meld

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Wheel love

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Books

Parent trap

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Many parents want to stop time. They’d like to keep their children small and innocent and exactly a certain age — if not forever,...

Slashing the slasher

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Celebrated horror author Stephen Graham Jones is known for transcending the trappings of genre writing to elevate the form into the realm of literary...

Bringing it all back home

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When Dale Bridges was working as the arts and culture editor for Boulder Weekly in the early 2000s, he couldn’t have predicted he’d publish...

Knock knock

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Novelist Paul G. Tremblay was on a flight home to New England when the idea for his 2018 novel, The Cabin at the End...

How women write the west

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There’s no one American West for everyone, but stereotypes abound depending on where you look. Here in Colorado, we get a lot of cracks...

Words of comfort

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John Hendrickson lives in New York City, but the Front Range is where his life first began to take shape. Currently a senior editor...

Ride or die

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If you spend much time cruising Boulder’s 300-plus miles of bikeway, you’ve probably crossed paths with Ryan Van Duzer. Even if you haven’t, you...

Record year

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By the end of every year, I end up with a stack of new books about music so tall I end up needing more...

Sanctuary and exile

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From working as a guard in Sing Sing prison to inspecting meat in a Nebraska beef plant, Ted Conover has taken on some difficult...

Stone cold and striking hot

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There will always be stories that slip through the cracks. Whether a function of human capacity, or our proclivity for comfort over truth, the...

Death is for the birds

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When people talk about losing a loved one, some like to say the grief doesn’t get smaller over time, you just grow bigger around...

Native noir

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Indigenous art is finally having its long-overdue moment in American culture. From TV shows Reservation Dogs and Dark Winds with predominantly Native American casts,...