- Dr. Andrew Scahill had an interview segment on KGNU where they talk about the course of his career, his thoughts on pedagogy and how he is trying to bridge the gap between theory and praxis in the events he is staging such the "Rainbow Cult" film series.
- Molly Kugel's new book "Groundcover" is now out! Sidney Wade says, “In these evocative pages, Molly Kugel connects the lives of mothers and children, women and botanicals, and the turning seasons of the natural world as she grieves the losses of a young brother and her father. The seasons of loss and grief are firmly based here in the ancient, ur-story of the loss of a child, that of the Persephone myth. The poet highlights as well the contributions of early women botanists in their struggle with the adaptations necessary to survive and flourish in this world. The poems are often incantatory, connecting the narrator with the lineage of “wise women” who have come before, and whose resonances echo profoundly in the present". Congrats Molly!
- Dr. Andrew Scahill was interviewed by the Denver Post on the launch of the Rainbow Cult series at the SIE center, where members of the LGBTQ community are reviving "eventized" film screenings in order to reunite audiences who were scattered by pandemic-era shutdowns of public culture. Dr. Scahill was then interviewed shortly after by KGWN Denver on his perspective of the film "Beast" and why animal terror is so efficient at the box office.