“A Tribe Called Boulder: My Introduction to Boulder Poetry” by Brice Maiurro

“There’s a bunch of poets who meet down a back alley at midnight when there’s a full moon to read poems,” said Sarah. “No, there’s not,” I said. “Yeah, there is. I’ve been to it.” I’d not really been up to Boulder very often. There was maybe one time when I was almost 21 when …

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“Roseanna Frechette vs. Your Stupidly High Rent and Other Bohemian Concerns” by Jonathan Montgomery

The Madwoman I remember a Bohemian Concern I had back in September 2011. I was doing my first feature at the brand new Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Café and needed to blow the audience away. So I turned to my trusty poetry allies for help, like Marcus If. “I need you to be The Beast …

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“Some Top Denver Area Reading Events You May Not Know About” by Hillary Leftwich

The Art of Storytelling Curated and created by Steven Dunn and Lorenzo James, The Art of Storytelling has its roots here in Denver at various locations over the year. Dunn and James originally met in the Navy and formed a strong friendship, both eventually settling in Denver. Dunn, author of the collection Potted Meat, and …

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