Colorado Edition: Fort Collins poet on the climate movement, feminist thought; Paonia photographer on his transition in small-town Colorado
This year, many Boulderites read All We Can Save, an anthology of writings at the intersection of the climate movement and feminist thought, as a part of the Boulder Library’s One Book One Boulder program. One of the writers featured in the anthology is Camille Dungy, a professor in Colorado State University’s English program. We spoke with Dungy about her work in the book, and what artists have to say about our changing climate.
And in Paonia, Colorado, a town of about 1,500, budding photographer and high schooler Apollo Rodriquez has been pursuing a range of projects documenting his peers and his own personal journey. We spoke with Rodriquez, who came out as transgender earlier this year, about his path through photography and small-town Colorado.
Colorado Edition is hosted by Erin O'Toole (@ErinOtoole1) and edited by Henry Zimmerman (@kombuchacowboy). Our production team includes Tess Novotny (@tess_novotny). KUNC news director Brian Larson is our executive producer. Web was edited by digital editor Jackie Hai.
The mission of Colorado Edition is to deepen understanding of life in Northern Colorado through authentic conversation and storytelling. It's available as a podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.
You can hear the show on KUNC, Monday through Friday at 2:30 and at 6:30 p.m. Colorado Edition is made possible with support from our KUNC members. Thank you!
Our theme music was composed by Colorado musicians Briana Harris and Johnny Burroughs. Other music in the show by Blue Dot Sessions.