Come meet author Warwick Downing and learn about his latest book, The Widow of Dartmoor, a sequel to Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic The Hound of the Baskervilles. Sunday, October 26th at 6:30!
“Arthur Conan Doyle…spawned a host of imitations and follow-ups. …Among the best of these Sherlockians is Warwick Downing, a Denver writer known for his edgy novels…. The Widow of Dartmoor is as satisfying as any mystery by the master.” -Sandra Dallas, special to The Denver Post
In conjunction with the global 100,000 Poets for Change movement, we’ll be hosting a poetry reading on Sunday, September 28, from 6:30 to 9:00 at night. Present and reading will be poets Nashon Cook, Kathleen Cain, Jerry Smaldone, Marilyn Krysl, and Kit Hedman.
Poets around the world are planning individual events to take place simultaneously the weekend of September 27-28 in a demonstration/celebration of poetry, art and music to promote social, environmental, and political change.
So far, 100’s of cities representing over 100 countries have signed up making the 100 TPC global initiative a success through poetry readings, public demonstrations, community picnics, awareness events, parades, concerts, and more.
Best-selling author Peter Heller is coming to read from and discuss his new novel, The Painter! After the breakaway success of The Dog Stars Peter has returned with a novel that is every bit as adventurous, searching, beautifully written and funny as his debut. We recommend it heartily, and we recommend coming to meet Peter, who is as entertaining in person as he is on the page.
Friday, June 27th at 7:30pm
This is the surprising and uplifting biography of an eighty-nine-year-old man who lives on the sidewalks of New York City – dubbed by the tabloids as the oldest homeless man in New York. It’s a journalistic investigation into the remarkable realities of what it takes to be an old survivor on the streets of America today told through arresting photographs and free verse.
Author Joe Lamport will join us to discuss the man as well as the book, voted one of the best books of 2013 by Kirkus Reviews.