Reviews and Blog Posts: Local Author

2014 Colorado Book Awards

Animal Mineral Radical

Earlier this month, the Colorado Book Award winners were announced at a ceremony in Aspen by Colorado Humanities. To be eligible, authors had to be Colorado residents or their work must have been strongly influenced by Colorado. With 16 categories, there is something for everyone.

Local author wins prestigious James Beard award

Adrian Miller, soul food scholar

Denver native son Adrian E. Miller was recently honored with one of the highest accolades in the world of food writing, the 2014 James Beard Award for Reference and Scholarship, for his delightful book, Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press).

Local Author Reading at the Sam Gary Branch Library

Join us at the Sam Gary Branch for a discussion and reading with local author, Chris Lemig.

The Narrow Way: A Memoir of Coming Out, Getting Clean, and Finding Buddha is a beautiful and harrowing memoir about a man who lost his mind, only to find it again, halfway across the world.

Thursday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Sam Gary Branch Library.

Local Authors Visit The Denver Public Library

Colorado has some pretty amazing local authors and we're proud to share them with you. Join us this week to hear excerpts of their writing and participate in lively discussions.

Local favorite, Wayne Omura, will discuss his latest book, Zen Foot-Notes: Upon the Unknown Passage. It's a "metaphysical-mystical mountain climbing adventure symbolic of our journey through life." Join us Wednesday, July 24 at 6 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch.

Film Adaptation of Local Author's Novel Wins NAACP Image Award

Orange Mint and Honey

Last week, Sins of the Mother, the Lifetime Movie Network's adaptation of local author, Carleen Brice's novel Orange Mint and Honey, won the NAACP Image award for Outstanding Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special. 

Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library was lucky enough to host Carleen Brice last night as part of our author series: Scribes, Scholars & Storytellers.

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