Anythink Kicks Off Authors Next Door Series
On Tuesday, April 27, Anythink Huron Street kicks off the district’s new Authors Next Door Series with local environmentalist and author Beth Conover. Conover will discuss How the West Was Warmed, a collection of essays edited by her and just released from Fulcrum Publishing, which creates a clear portrait of the wide range of responses to climate change in the Rocky Mountain West.
of this program will get an opportunity to interact in a café-style discussion
with the author and hear her read selections from How the West Was Warmed. Discussions will cover all aspects of
climate change and its impact on the West.
Beth Conover has worked for 25 years at the intersection of environmental protection and economic development. As policy advisor to Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, she was the architect of Greenprint Denver, one of the nation’s earliest and largest urban sustainability programs, and helped lay the groundwork for the greening of the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
May’s Authors Next Door event features 9News political reporter Adam Schrager, co-author of the book The Blueprint: How Democrats Won Colorado. Schrager will discuss the inside story on how Colorado went from red to blue in 2008 in this café-style discussion at Anythink Huron Street.
The full Authors Next Door Series schedule will be announced in the coming months. Check back at anythinklibraries.org for future updates. April’s event is cosponsored by Fulcrum Publishing.