Torch Song, Valley Guide Quarterly

This article originally appeared in Valley Guide Quarterly, Summer 2000 By Lori DeBoer Glass blowing is not for sissies. Flames flare against the charred wooden paddles that shield Scottsdale artist Newt Grover from the heat of the molten glass he twirls on the end of...

A Love-ly Work of Art, Phoenix Magazine

This article originally appeared in Phoenix Magazine, February 2003. by Lori DeBoer Been looking for love in all the wrong places? Well, there’s a whole lotta love these days at the Civic Center Mall in Scottsdale. The newly-acquired “Love” sculpture, towering 12-feet...

“All the Love in the World,” Bellevue Literary Review

This short story was shortlisted for the 2013 Bellevue Literary Prize, judged by Jane Smiley, and published in the April 2013 issue of the Bellevue Literary Review. It was inspired by my father, Eldon Rohlk, who had Alzheimer’s Disease and was a farmer in Iowa. ...

“Sustainability Tax,” Boulder Weekly

By Lori DeBoer I interviewed a number of folks for an article, “Sustainability tax:  Boulder County proposes a new levy aimed at boosting local agriculture,” which appeared in the May 22, 2014 edition. You can read the article HERE....

Hudson Lindenberger Named Colorado Editor of Bourbon Story

by Lori DeBoer I was very pleased to get the news that Hudson Lindenberger,  Boulder, has been named the Colorado Editor of Bourbon Story (www.bourbonstory.com).  The online magazine focuses solely on the culture, history and business of Bourbon through articles,...

How I Weathered an Unexpected Storm and How You Can, Too

by Lori DeBoer, Author & Writing Coach One of the reasons I love working as a writing coach is the opportunity I have to get to know so many talented individuals.  The relationship I forge with each and every one of you is unique, and it is truly reciprocal.  My...