In Sandhya Menon’s books, young love gets a boost from (gasp!) Mom and Dad.
Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s debut novel, Sabrina & Corina, sets human stories against the backdrop of a rapidly changing Denver and has been nominated for a National Book Award.
In Colleen Oakes’ newest young-adult novel, vengeance belongs to a group of women who track down the men who hurt them.
Forget Tinder: Find love this Valentine’s Day in the pages of these novels.
Centennial State writers kept busy this year. Whether you’re looking for history, suspense, romance, or memoir, these 2018 releases are sure to satisfy the bibliophile in all of us.
Inspired by the eight-part PBS series, The Great American Read, the Tattered Cover conducted its own poll to determine which novels rank as Denverites’ favorites.
A Denver-based weaver and her sister interviewed 20 Navajo artists across the Southwest for this intimate—and heartbreaking—anthology.
Denver author Alexa Martin will discuss her debut novel—which scores laughs with an unlikely and light-hearted tale of love in the NFL—at BookBar on Saturday, September 15.
We spoke with Paige Williams, The New Yorker staff writer who just published a book detailing the dramatic world of international fossil hunting.
Denver author Gina Wohlsdorf’s newest thriller is a heart-pounding race from start to finish, but it’s the book’s protagonist who steals the show.
In a new book, Denver-based “professional dog dad, photographer, and avid outdoorsman” Kelly Lund compiles his adventures with his six-year-old wolfdog mix, who’s found fame on Instagram.
Denver author Joanna Luloff crafts a compelling debut novel about memory told from alternating points of view with several twists.
For her third book, the nonfiction author and former First Lady of Colorado embeds herself at Denver South High School—to see what being an immigrant or refugee teen is really like.
This nontraditional pairing of a Colorado wine and an audio book might just be the future of book clubs everywhere.
Colorado is chock-full of literary events and festivals in September and October. Here are six of our favorite novel affairs (hehe).
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