Garth Greenwell is an American poet, author, literary critic, and educator. His debut novel is What Belongs to You. In 2013, Greenwell returned to the United States after living in Bulgaria to attend the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop as an Arts Fellow. He has published stories in The Paris Review and A Public Space and writes criticism for The New Yorker and The Atlantic.
Carol O’Brien was a lawyer, but had reached a point where she couldn’t deal with the moral pressure of the job. She felt like she couldn’t be a good lawyer, and a good person at the same time. She also wanted more time to take care of her kids.
She found a job at a Waldenbooks. Then, she made the jump to the Tattered Cover Bookstore in Denver — the Cherry Creek location.
Kate Lapides traveled to Kenya as a member of For the Good Period. The nonprofit organization provides educational resources and materials manage menstruation. When the group went on this mission, Lapides photographed her experiences. Now the pictures she took are on display at Colorado Mountain College in Aspen.