Teresa Louis combines poetry that is spare but rich with imagery and fine-line pen-and-ink drawings to create In the Herbary: Herbal Poetry, Recipes & Tips. Sometimes pensive, at other times humorous, In the Herbary takes the reader on a walk through the poetâ€™s herb garden. Louisâ€™ illustrations and writing have also been published in multiple issues of IMPROV: An Anthology of Colorado Poets. In addition, she has written for XposĂ©, Examiner, Loveland Community Business Journal and The Colorado Writing Newsletter. She is in the process of publishing her first novel and writing a second one.
Hailed as â€śA fiery alto saxophonist and prolific composerâ€ť by the Star Tribune (Minneapolis), Aakash Mittal is emerging as a fresh voice in creative music. His self-released album, Videsh, has been regarded as, “point[ing] toward new possibilities in improvised music” (The Denver Post). This stems from his approach to composition and improvisation, where Mittal seeks to create music that relates to his diverse background of both American and East Indian heritage. As a leader, Mittal has self-released three recordings, Possible Beginnings, Videsh, and Thumbs Up EP to rave reviews.
Daniel Landes, Writer and Restauranteur (Watercourse and City O' City)
A writer in a restauranteur suit, Daniel Landes has published many short stories and even shorter poems. Some of his work has appeared online, but print is where he finds the most satisfaction. First things first. Daniel is the owner of Watercourse Foods and City, O' City in Denver, Colorado, →
Monday April 29th at 7PM - A Discussion on William Carlos Wiliams' Paterson led by Poet Adam Bishop
Poet Adam Bishop leads a discussion on William Carlos Williams' Paterson.
Long recognized as a masterpiece of modern American poetry, WIlliam Carlos Williams' Paterson is one man's testament and vision, "a humanist manifesto enacted in five books, a grammar to help us life" (Denis →
Sunday April 28th at 5:30 PM - CU Advanced Poetry Reading
Undergraduate creative writing students from the Advanced Poetry Workshop will read poems from their final portfolios. Please join Annalese Davis, Alison Johnston, Lileana Krenza, Elise Ongaro, Tyler Pinover, DaVaughn Thornton, and Lauren Samblanet as they share their work from this semester.
Sunday April 28th at 3PM - CU Walkabout Release Party
Walkabout is CU Boulder's undergraduate creative arts journal. The journal features literary works: poetry, prose and every hybrid, as well as visual arts. Walkabout is entirely edited and produced by undergraduate creative writing majors.