What is Matter Podcast?

A look at the happenings in the world of Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House featuring interviews with Fort Collins authors and organizers.
Hosted by Letterpress & Publick House Community Ambassador Alex Payette.

Rekindle the Classics: Dr. Lynn Shutters

Alex sat down with Dr. Lynn Shutters, professor of English Literature at Colorado State University, to talk with her about her work, why we use the medieval in a fantasy setting, and Rekindle the Classics. The next Rekindle the Classics–a discussion of Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises–will take place on Wednesday, 12/13 at 6:30 PM at Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House.


Bonus Episode – David Fanning

Alex sat down with David Fanning, author of Voices of the Colorado Trail, to talk about the trail, its stories, and his event coming up at the Letterpress & Publick House on June 13th at 7:00PM.
For more information about David and his projects, go to his website Rawah Ranger.


Episode 2 – Dan Beachy-Quick

Evan announces Wolverine Farm Publishing’s search for the 2017 Fort Collins Poet Laureate

For more information on CSU’s Creative Writing Reading Series, click here.
Go here for a list of the Wee Wolverines March schedule.
Check out our Event Calendar Craft Sundays


Episode 1 – Laura Pritchett

Alex and Evan discuss how WFP closed out 2016 and what to look forward to in 2017.
Alex sits down with author Laura Pritchett to discuss her book, The Blue Hour, coming out February 14th.
The New York Times essay by Laura, “No Sound, No Fury, No Marriage” that is mentioned in the interview can be read here.

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