Why Being Burrito Fairy Is the Best Job Ever (Westword | September 2018)
Erin Barnes, a former Westword contributor, the subject of a recent 100 Colorado Creatives profile, and today the Illegal Pete’s Burrito Fairy, offers an explainer/love letter to those who sacrifice for their music.
100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Erin K. Barnes (Westword | April 2018)
“..boy, does it feel good to wake up in the morning and write, ‘Do you like your coffee with cream, sugar or a side of #HORROR?'”
On Social Media, Lax Enforcement Lets Impostor Accounts Thrive (New York Times | February 2018)
Erin Barnes, a publicist and writer, learned that an automated “bot” account on Twitter was using her name, her portrait and a photograph of her husband and daughter. “It makes my skin crawl,” she said.
We Asked 70+ Denver Musicians, Comedians and Creatives Why They Love Colorado (303 Magazine | March 2018)
Erin Barnes is the author of Tintabula, a bedtime story meant to entertain you with shiny tricks while subtly priming your brain for sleep. Follow Very St. Clair as she takes a sleep class that leads her through a phantasmagorical adventure through the dream world.