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Thursday, September 3,2015

Poetry

We were downstairs in my office and she jumped on top of the cold woodstove then down in front to look through the glass, very intently, tail swishing, so I went over and looked in too and saw a wren, just back from the south, fluttering about in the firebox.
Thursday, September 3,2015

Words | Week of September 3, 2015

“So, You’re a Poet” Open Poetry Reading..
Thursday, August 27,2015

Poetry

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yesterday’s main streets all the halfremembered somethings moths shuffle across window screens a ray of sunshine finds the long lost button pesos in the stairwell of a small shop under the stairs cheap seats with a good view personal, random...
Thursday, August 27,2015

Words | Week of Aug. 27, 2015

The Man Who Fell From the Sky — Margaret Coel..
Thursday, August 27,2015

Baron of the bizarre

Fifteen books later, Christopher Moore is still up for a challenge

By Amanda Moutinho
Work days can consist of bad coffee and mundane chit chat with coworkers. However, author Christopher Moore doesn’t deal with boring office mates or monotonous stories — his work days are filled with clever banter and fantastical adventures. Granted, it all takes place in his head.
Thursday, August 20,2015

Poetry

American Life in Poetry: Column 537

One of the first uses of language must surely have been to tell others what happened beyond the firelight, out in the forest. And poems that do just that seem wonderfully natural and human to me. Here’s Anya Krugovoy Silver telling us something that happened far from home.
Thursday, August 20,2015

Words

Hakomi Mindfulness-Centered Somatic Psychotherapy —Lorena Monda..
Thursday, August 20,2015

Your neighborhood book club

KGNU and the Boulder Book Store partner up to host a monthly book discussion

By Amanda Moutinho
In an effort to slow down the train, Kashkashian has partnered with KGNU News Director Maeve Conran to start the KGNU Radio Book Club. Book lovers, newcomers and everyone in between are welcome to read along and call in. Every month Kashkashian chooses a book, then he and Conran host a radio show along with the author to talk about the book.
Thursday, August 13,2015

Poetry

If children are our immortality then do we have them so our songs of joy, our dirges will have bodies to bow them breathe them tune them to wind, water and sky?.
Thursday, August 13,2015

Words | Week of Aug 13, 2015

The Salish Sea — Audrey Delella Benedict and Joseph Gaydos..
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