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Thursday, April 2,2015

Words | Week of April 2, 2015

Exposed: Tragedy & Triumph in Mountain Climbing — by Brad and Melissa McQueen..
Thursday, March 26,2015

Poetry

Lost in The Middle of Now Here

Dank P.h.a.r.t. The Pirate Poet (Matt Bovard), is the poetry coordinator for StarWater Magick Productions. Every Wednesday at 303 Vodka Distillery he hosts StarWater Wednesday, a free art event that brings together the best of Boulder’s local art scene..
Thursday, March 26,2015

Words | Week of March 26, 2015

“Walt Whitman Sings” A Spirit Revival in Story and Song..
Thursday, March 19,2015

Poetry

Creatures

a lonely bear lumbers through the alley and the raccoons scatter..
Thursday, March 19,2015

Words | Week of March 19, 2015

“The Tea in Me” from The Best Travel Writing Vol. 10 — by Bill Giebler..
Thursday, March 19,2015

A story takes flight

Sister trio shares childhood memories in new book

By Devin Blomquist
Whenever the sisters had a problem, whether it be they were afraid of the dark or something had been broken, their grandmother would try to help solve those problems through Mother Eagle stories. A few of their favorite and most memorable childhood tales from their grandmother have become the basis for their new book.
Thursday, March 12,2015

a coin I am the not-iguana. the gulliver. oh mainly what I do I’m a this. This is poetry. Let us be

hand about all the mess of which is he Mr. Obama when he talks about Islam? is he the Democrat or head of State? Father? Fox? Hen? What’s that sound that bird look like, a engine?.
Thursday, March 12,2015

Words | Week of March 12, 2015

To Rise Again at a Decent Hour — by Joshua Ferris..
Thursday, March 12,2015

Think

Finishing a meaty book such as War and Peace comes with a sense of accomplishment. But if reading more than 560,000 words sounds too long, try something more bite sized. Flash fiction is even briefer than short stories and uses only a handful of words to pack just as mighty a punch as longer literature.
Thursday, March 12,2015

A walk on the dark side

Weird? Violent? You’re ready fodder for Dale Bridges’ next book

By Adam Perry
Justice, Inc. is the debut short-story collection by former Boulder Weekly A&E editor Dale Bridges, who left the paper in 2009 to rent a tiny room on the Hill and write stories about, among other things, zombies, InstaBabies, clones made for the purpose of public executions and recreational killing sparked by conversations at Denny’s. Bridges, who grew up in Colorado and now lives in Austin, writes about the black hearts of both men and women with both levity and vitriol. The up-and-coming satirist currently works the nightshift at a bookstore in Austin; he says the “weird customers” inspire his writing. Recently, Bridges called Boulder Weekly to talk about Justice, Inc.
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