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Conflict: Got A Problem With That?

August 31, 2017

I’ve been extremely fortunate since coming to Denver eight years ago. I found a creative home at Lighthouse and...
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Literary Distance, Mark Mayer, And A Song From Hercules

August 29, 2017

As a writer, one of the most difficult tasks can simply be finding inspiration for your work. Sure Ray Bradbury,...
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Othello: The Most Terrifying Play Ever Written?

August 24, 2017

In act I, scene 3 of Othello, the 28-year-old Iago upbraids his supposed friend Roderigo for threatening to...

Lit Matters: The Perks of Revisiting "Perks"

November 05, 2015

by Kate Barrett

Lit Matters: Learning to Read Again

November 04, 2015

by Kimberly O'Connor

Lit Matters: This Might Be Jane Austen's Weirdest Novel

November 03, 2015

by Theodore McCombs

Everyone knows Jane Austen’s dirtiest joke, right?

Hope and Heartbreak with Fly-by Writer Cristina Henriquez

October 28, 2015

by Zoe Knight, a member of the Young Authors Collective

Writer’s Buzz: Alice Maxine Bowie Fellowship Reading with Tessa Cheek

October 15, 2015

The Alice Maxine Bowie Fellowship sponsors a member of the Lighthouse writing community to a full year of literary su

Reading Gothic Fiction: Thirteen Stories that Haunt

October 14, 2015

by Lindsey Drager

A Flash Interview with Lighthouse Instructor Jennifer Denrow

October 08, 2015

Jennifer Denrow’s Lyric Essay Workshop was my first class here at Lighthouse, my first writing course after my MFA, a

2015 Lit Fest Author Reading

October 05, 2015

The 2015 Lit Fest Author Reading Series features some of the amazing authors of the week-long juried intensives.

2015 Lit Fest Salon: Fiction vs. Film Smack Down

October 05, 2015

The Literary salon has been a tradition at Lit Fest, featuring three or more speakers with varying perspectives on a

2015 Lit Fest Participant Reading III

October 05, 2015

The Participant Readings are always a Lit Fest treat. This year is no different.

2015 Lit Fest Salon: The Essence of Darkness

October 05, 2015

The Literary salon has been a tradition at Lit Fest, featuring three or more speakers with varying perspectives on a

2015 Lit Fest Participant Reading II

October 05, 2015

The Participant Readings are always a Lit Fest treat. This year is no different.

2015 Lit Fest Salon: Lighthouse goes Psycho–a Night at the Movies

September 29, 2015

The Literary salon has been a tradition at Lit Fest, featuring three or more speakers with varying perspectives on a

2015 Lit Fest Salon: Get Lost! On Bewilderment as Poetics and Practice

September 29, 2015

The Literary salon has been a tradition at Lit Fest, featuring three or more speakers with varying perspectives on a

2015 Lit Fest Participant Reading I

September 29, 2015

The Participant Readings are always a Lit Fest treat. This year is no different.

2015 Lit Fest Salon: Please, Sir, I Want Some More–On Failure and Rejection

September 29, 2015

The Literary salon has been a tradition at Lit Fest, featuring three or more speakers with varying perspectives on a

2015 Lit Fest Salon: A Writer’s Pedigree–Myth or Reality

September 29, 2015

The Literary salon has been a tradition at Lit Fest, featuring three or more speakers with varying perspectives on a

World Literature Today

September 24, 2015

Lighthouse was honored to host the celebration party of World Literature Today magazine’s release of their M