Mountain of Authors (MOA) is an annual community program that provides an opportunity for the public and local authors to network, listen to notable authors, as well as learn more about the craft of writing and trends in publishing. Click on one of the tabs to the left to discover more information about this library program. It is free to attend, there is no registration, and all are welcome!
UPCOMING AUTHOR PRESENTATIONS AND OTHER PROGRAMS OF NOTE
THROUGH THE PIKES PEAK LIBRARY DISTRICT
PROGRAMS ARE FREE TO ATTEND - PLEASE CLICK ON LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION
Pikes Peak Regional History Symposium
Sat., June 10, 9:30 a.m. - East Library Community Room - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Americans and the Holocaust Traveling Exhibition
Mid-September/Mid-October 2023 - East Library - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
OUR THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT ATTENDED THE 2023 MOUNTAIN OF AUTHORS!
17TH ANNUAL MOUNTAIN OF AUTHORS
SAT., MAY 6, 2023 - LIBRARY 21C
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THIS YEAR'S KEYNOTE SPEAKER, AUTHOR AND JOURNALIST
Read a recent interview about Alan's book appearing in The Colorado Sun, 3/26/2023.
Alan Prendergast tracked down “missing pieces” behind legendary Denver lawman.
Alan Prendergast is an award-winning journalist and author of the true crime book The Poison Tree and Gangbuster: One Man's Battle Against Crime, Corruption, and the Klan, coming from Citadel Press in March 2023. His work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Outside, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Westword, and other publications, as well as The Best American Sports Writing and The Best American Crime Reporting. He lives in Colorado and writes frequently about the justice system, historic crimes, and high-security prisons. (Photo credit Anthony Camera)