4/2009 | Gargoyle #54

Zacatecas returns to print with Ian Christoper Hooper's short story "Asakusa Station," appearing in the latest edition of the venerable literary mag Gargoyle.

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3/2009 | Arvada Center

Lorri Frisbee's piece "Seated Buddha" (Collage & Acrylic on Canvas) is accepted for the 5th Annual Jeffco Juried Teachers Exhibition. Opening Reception is Friday, April 17, 7-9 p.m. Should be a blast...


1/13/2009 | Charlie Mehrhoff Reads

Koch, Frisbee, and Hooper drop by Louise Chawla's place in Boulder to attend a reading by noted poet Charlie Mehrhoff.

Koch plays some guitar, Hooper reads a little of his own work, and everyone agrees the glug is excellent.


11/2007 | Carve Magazine's Raymond Carver Short Story Contest

A.C. Koch takes 1st place again, this time for his short story "Agashi." The judge was Ben Fountain, winner of the 2007 PEN/Hemingway Award.


10/2007 | Colorado Book Award for General Non-Fiction

Zacatecas insider Ben Fogelberg takes home the big prize for Walking Into Colorado's Past, the book he co-authored with Steve Grinstead.

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And conspiracy theorists take note-- Hooper and Frisbee make covert appearances on page 173.


8/2006 | Art Trading Cards

Zacateas drops by the CORE New Arts Space (9 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, Colorado)

Hooper and Frisbee mix it up with the regulars and swap art trading cards.

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6/2006 | See You Next Tuesday

Better Non-Sequitur Press. A.C. Koch & Ian Christopher Hooper represent with one story each in this perfect bound anthology.

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3/2005 | North American Review

Ian Christopher Hooper's poem "Formula on a White and Empty Page" is a finalist for the James Hearst Poetry Prize. The judge was Billy Collins, former U.S. poet laurate.


11/2003 | Carve Magazine's Raymond Carver Short Story Contest

A.C. Koch takes first place with "The Only Cuauhtémoc in Town." The judge was Pulitzer-prize winning author Robert Olen Butler.




2003 | Exquisite Corpse

Zacatecas appears yet again in the Corpse, this time with Ian Christopher Hooper's short story "The Monk Who Never Sleeps."

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