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3 literary events in Boulder and Denver for the summer solstice weekend

Catch up with the Denver Area Science Fiction Association at 5:00 p.m. Saturday the 21st at Bardo Coffee House at 238 South Broadway in Denver.
Catch up with the Denver Area Science Fiction Association at 5:00 p.m. Saturday the 21st at Bardo Coffee House at 238 South Broadway in Denver.
Bardo Coffee House

This weekend, you can head down to the Broadway Book Mall in Denver for two exciting literary events tomorrow, then come back up to Boulder for a class with the Boulder Writers' Workshop on Sunday. Here are the details:

Author Appearances at the Broadway Book Mall
Saturday, June 21, 3:00 p.m.
200 S. Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

Three authors affiliated with Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers will put in an appearance at the Broadway Book Mall. Mike Befeler will present his latest volume in the Paul Jacobson "Geezer-lit Mystery" series, Nursing Homes Are Murder. Rex Burns is promoting his latest Touchstone Agency mystery, Body Slam. And Karalee Long celebrates the release of Love and Murder in Red Satin, a romantic suspense tale set in Denver.

DASFA Monthly Meeting at the Broadway Book Mall
Saturday, June 21, 7:00 p.m.
200 S. Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

It's time once more for the Denver Area Science Fiction Association to present its monthly program at the Book Mall. This meeting is free and open to the public! Three of the authors who have collaborated on the forthcoming shared world anthology, Taurin Tales--J. Alan Erwine, Laura Givens and Ian Brazee-Cannon--will talk about creating a shared world and using Kickstarter to help fund projects.

And if you're in the neighborhood early, why not drop in with DASFA for an informal coffee and chit-chat at Bardo Coffee House at 5:00?

"Scenes That Sizzle" with Lori DeBoer
Sunday, June 22, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location TBA to registrants

Writing Coach Lori DeBoer shows you all the elements of writing, how to write a dynamic, memorable scene, including what a scene is (and isn’t), when to write a scene (and when not to), how to structure a scene and the importance of purpose. We’ll look at some examples of scenes that work and discuss what makes a scene stall. This workshop is perfect for both fiction and creative nonfiction writers at any level.

This workshop is open and free to members of the Boulder Writers' Workshop. If you're not a member yet, consider becoming a member for as little as $49 a year. Once you have your membership, you need only register via the EventBrite widget at the bottom of the above-linked event page.