Kika Dorsey

September 6, 2018

Kika Dorsey is a poet and fiction writer. While finishing her PhD in Comparative Literature in Seattle, Washington, she performed her poetry with musicians and artists. Her poems and fiction have been published in The Denver Quarterly, The Pennsylvan...

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Kerry Parry

September 6, 2018

Kerry Parry, author of Conversations with the Faithful: Seeking Enlighten Over Lunch, is a blogger and freelance writer. She has a BA in Journalism and an MS in Advertising Management. ...

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Henry Rasof

September 6, 2018

Henry Rasof has been writing, publishing, and reading poetry since 1965. He has published three books and maintains www.henryrasof.com and www.medievalhebrewpoetry.org. He also has been an oboist, cook, and teacher. ...

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Franklin Cruz

September 6, 2018

Franklin Cruz is a Latin queer poet and nerd born in Idaho, raised Texan, and polished in Denver. Cruz, a shy kid who discovered the power of his voice, speaks on the intersectional relationships between people, nature, social justice, and random ani...

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Crisosto Apache

September 6, 2018

Crisosto Apache is Mescalero Apache, Chiricahua Apache, and Diné (Navajo) of the 'Áshįįhí (Salt Clan) born for the Kinyaa'áanii (Towering House Clan). He holds an MFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is als...

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Christine Weeber

September 6, 2018

Christine Weeber is the author of the bilingual poetry chapbook In the Understory of Her Being. Her poetry and prose have appeared in A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park, Solo: On Her Own Adventure, and other publications. Weeber is ...

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Katrina M. Mora

August 21, 2018

Katrina M. Mora (Cangleska luta wiyan), a local member of the Denver Native American Indian Community, is an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux Nation from South Dakota and a relative of the Dine and Apache Nations from New Mexico. Mora has 3...

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Cleo Parker Robinson

August 21, 2018

Cleo Parker Robinson leverages the universal language of dance to honor African American heritage, explore the human condition, and offer a transformative experience through physical movement....

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Aparna Vaidyanathan

August 20, 2018

Aparna Vaidyanathan is an classically trained musician and plays the saraswathi veena, an Indian string instrument. She has performed in numerous solo, group, and fusion concerts across India and recently started performing in the Denver area. She ha...

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David C. Sanford

August 18, 2018

David C. Sanford was born in the United States and by the age of 15 had spent nearly ten years living in Taipei, London and New Delhi. With this multicultural imprint, Sanford went on to eventually pursue a Master’s in Intercultural Management. Spi...

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