Mr. Saunders worked at the Rocky Mountain News for 54 years as a copy boy, police reporter, city hall reporter, and feature editor and covered the broadcasting beat as a critic and columnist for more than 40 years. In 1993, Saunders was named Colorado Journalist of the Year by the Society of Professional Journalists. A former president of the Denver Press Club, he's a member of that club's Hall of Fame. He currently writes a Monday tv-radio sports column in The Denver Post.
Join husband and wife team Buyer & Jameson and hear about their books about the west! Jameson's latest book is the adventure memoir Treasure Hunter: Caches, Curses, and Deadly Confrontations. Buyer is the author of 6 collections of poetry, the novel Side Canyons, and two memoirs, Spring's Edge: A Ranch Wife's Chronicles, and When I Came West.
Join us for a cup of coffee and a lively discussion. We meet every other month on the 2nd Saturday of the month. July's title: One Thousand White Women by Jim Fergus. Reserve your copy today at denverlibrary.org.
Join library staff for a discussion of favorite books, new and old, and share your recommendations, too! What new releases are you looking forward to? What book do you want everyone to know about? Come share your passion for books! Light snacks provided.
Sutton, author of The Night Sky: A Journey from Dachau to Denver and Back, takes us on a riveting journey through history and solves a WWII mystery. She was born in a Displaced Persons Camp in war-torn Germany. At age 13, she overheard a conversation that the man she had been calling "Dad" was not her biological father, Jozef. Jozef disappeared somewhere in Germany shortly after her birth. Her book is the culmination of her 43-year search to find him.
Ever wondered what all the hype around Facebook is all about? Not sure why someone would want to "tweet"? Learn what a social network is, why people do and don't use them, and check out some of the latest and greatest examples.