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Tatjana Soli spent September as Aspen Words writer-in-residence, where she made the final edits to "The Removes," a forthcoming novel ($27, Sarah Crichton Books, Farrar, Straus and Giroux) set to be released in June 2018. She is the author of The New York Times best-seller "The Lotus Eaters," "The Forgetting Tree" and "The Last Good Paradise." "The Removes" tells the story of Libby Custer, wife of the legendary general and Indian fighter, George Armstrong Custer, interwoven with the account of a young girl taken by a Sioux war party and held in captivity for years, and the ways in which each woman is transformed by the addictive intensity of their experiences in the American frontier.
11.27.2017
The Roaring Fork Valley’s Peter Olenick is training South Korea’s first halfpipe and slopestyle ski team.
11.27.2017
Political cartooning is having a moment, and Mike Peters has kept up.
11.27.2017
Aspen’s private clubs have advantages. Some memberships require community service, while others simply serve exclusivity from the community at large, and though many are named for animals, they all allow you to get a little wild.
11.27.2017
It’s safe to dogs in Aspen are people’s best friends. They are allowed to attend city council meetings, get their own gondolas, and Aspen Skiing Company will even issue a season pass to each one. Here’s a breakdown of ‘hoods according to the dogs who run them.
11.22.2017