Brad Watson was a Writer in Residence in 2014. In addition to his public reading and talk, Watson visited a high school creative writing class at Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale, where he spoke to students about his writing process and current work.
Brad Watson teaches creative writing at the University of Wyoming, Laramie. His first collection, Last Days of the Dog-Men, won the Sue Kauffman Award for First Fiction from the American Academy of Arts & Letters; his first novel, The Heaven of Mercury, was a finalist for the National Book Award, and his Aliens in the Prime of Their Lives was a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction.
Photos from Brad Watson’s public reading and talk at the Woody Creek Community Center.[gallery ids="5171,5170,5169,5172,5173"]
Friday Faces: Aspen Writers’ Foundation Hosts Brad Watson as its January Writer in Residence
Aspen Idea Blog, Caroline Tory, January 17, 2014