When Tyler Jacobson and Michael Trundle first met at Paris on the Platte, Denver's goth cafe, they spent hours exalting music and ridiculing the world around them. It only made sense that they would become DJs and that their first project together, Lipgloss, was a vibrant misfit in the Denver club scene. Naming it after … Continue reading Indie As Fuck – How an Unconventional Club Night Called Lipgloss Became America’s Longest Running Underground Dance Party
On release day for Easy Weekend Getaways from Denver and Boulder, Westword effortlessly captured the essence of my love letter to Colorado and all its strange and beautiful places. Patty Calhoun interviewed me about the messy business of travel writing, as well as my travel book's interesting- and poignantly-timed release in the midst of a … Continue reading Book Launch + Westword!
Ahem. Excuse me while I first-time-author all over you. My book is available in all major booksellers, and I have no chill about it! None! My first published book was released via Countryman Press/W.W. Norton on May 19, 2020. I used my lifetime experience as a Colorado native to curate quick escapes from the city. … Continue reading Now Available: Easy Weekend Getaways from Denver and Boulder – Short Breaks in Colorado (Weekend Walks)
Great citizens of the Queen City of the Plains: I’ve been commissioned by a New York publisher, Countryman Press (a division of W.W. Norton), to write a guide to Colorado weekend getaways, expected to come out in Spring of 2020. They want a quick guide packed with opinionated, insider tidbits on the best places to go … Continue reading The Colorado Weekender
From the memoirs of a teenage degenerate: CHAPTER 2: BATHROOM GRAFFITI BEAU Soundtrack: “London Dungeon” by the Misfits If you’re the wrong kind of guy, the best kind of marketing to attract the bad kind of girl is having your name scrawled in bathroom graffiti. When I was 16, Tana, Dar and I went to … Continue reading Glory Guitars: Memoirs of a Teen Degenerate
Silence is a sounding thing, to one who listens hungrily. ~Gwendolyn Bennett Tintabula is a story of sensory delight and overstimulation, exploring the moment when rapture turns to derangement. A modern Alice in Wonderland for the neurodivergent set, the novel follows a young woman with Sensory Processing Disorder on her odyssey through the dream world, navigating the twists and … Continue reading Tintabula, a bedtime novel