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Executive Director

Telluride Writers Guild and see work history,

Employment History

  • Author
  • Publicity Director
  • Publicity Director for Production
  • Editor
    Telluride Magazine


  • Bachelor of Arts degree , English
    Colorado College
  • Master of Arts
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Author Michelle Kodis ..., 17 July 2013 [cached]
Author Michelle Kodis includes an amazing list of helpful information, guidelines, and tips to follow throughout the planning and building process such as:
Since receiving her master of science degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 1991, Michelle Kodis has written about a broad range of topics, including architecture and design, the environment, health, business, and cuisine. She lives with her husband near Telluride, Colorado, and is currently at work on additional architecture/design books for Gibbs Smith, Publisher. She is the author of Blueprint Small: Creative Ways to Live with Less.
LIZARD HEAD THEATRE, 27 Sept 2005 [cached]
Michelle Kodis, Publicity DirectorMichelle has been a writer for the past 13 years and during that time has also designed and directed publicity campaigns for a variety of organizations and businesses.A full-time resident of the San Juan mountains since 1994 and former editor of Telluride Magazine, she was publicity director for LHTC's production of Sylvia.
Telluride Weekly Planet - Sports, Arts, Entertainment, Pulse, 22 Sept 2000 [cached]
By Michelle Kodis
Let's say you are considering a move to the Telluride region or are investigating the possibility of an investment in the area.What information would you need? Most likely, you would find it helpful to have access to extensive historical and up-to-date statistics about real estate trends and prices ; the regional business climate and overall economy ; government structures and services ; schools ; individual towns and communities ; and descriptions of resort-town life and what this area offers in the realm of arts, culture, special events and recreation.
Now, how would you go about gathering that information? The reality is not necessarily pretty : You would have to sift through hundreds of thick and uninviting files of public records, collect thousands of statistics, analyze your findings and then somehow compile everything into one easy-to-use document.
If you be exhausted already, do not fret.
By Michelle Kodis
Colorado's environment for small businesses was less favorable in March than in February, according to statistics released recently by Vectra Bank Colorado, which tracks business conditions throughout the state.
Vectra Bank's Small Business Index for Colorado dropped to 100.8 in March, down from 102.2 in February.The index measures business conditions from the perspective of the small business owner.A lower index number points to less favorable conditions for the state's small businesses.It uses 100 for calendar year 1997 as its base year.
By Michelle Kodis
Poet and writer Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer has been named this year's Young Careerist by the Telluride chapter of Business & Professional Women.Trommer will represent Telluride as she competes for the state title at the annual BPW/Colorado convention to be held in Denver June 9-10.
Trommer's name is a familiar one in Telluride.A widely published poet, she is the former editor of Telluride Magazine, the current executive director of the Telluride Writers Guild, our own poetry scholar-in-residence, and a member of the all-women a cappella group, Heartbeat.Trommer has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Colorado College, where she graduated magna cum laude, and a Master of Arts in applied English language and linguistics from the University of Wisconsin.As a freelance writer, she has published articles in Robb Report, Frontier, Mountain Living, Telluride Magazine, Mountainfreak, Backpacker, Log Home Living, Inside/Outside Southwest, and Natural Home.She writes the Literally Speaking column for the Telluride Daily Planet and has been a creative writing instructor for the Ah Haa School for the Arts.
In addition to being one of 12 poets featured in The Geography of Hope poetry collection, she authored her own collection of poems, titled lunaria, which was published in 1999.This spring, another collection of her poems will be published by Western Reflections.
She has garnered numerous awards and honors, including the Colorado Merit Scholarship and best feature story from the Colorado Press Association.She recently completed the editing of an oral history of the Telluride area and is currently editing a compilation of essays on the topic of charity.She is also the poetry scholar for the annual Poets in Person discussion series, serves on the board of the Telluride Education Foundation, is a member of the artist board of the Ah Haa School for the Arts, and has been a regional grant panelist for the Colorado Council for the Arts.
Working with the women of BPW/Telluride has been a total pleasure, Wahtola Trommer said.they be very supportive and excited.And, it has been interesting for me to find out about all the things BPW does and stands for.i be pleased to be representing an organization that promotes equality for women..
Piedmont Heights : Neighborhood News, 11 Nov 2011 [cached]
Author Michelle Kodis likes clerestory windows -- windows placed high on the wall that people can't see in, but make space feel bigger, while bringing in natural light.
Blueprint Small: Creative Ways to Live with Less | Between the Covers Bookstore, 1 Aug 2012 [cached]
By Michelle Kodis, Sam Mitchell, Ross Chapin
In Blueprint Small, Michelle Kodis examines small spaces (each 1500 square feet or less) from a wide spectrum of locations, budgets, and individual styles-each chosen because they illustrate that scaling back in size doesn't have to mean scaling back in comfort, spaciousness, or beauty.
From a sleek urban apartment to a funky mountain home to a renovated beach house, Blueprint Small reveals how smaller homes invite rather than overwhelm, comfort rather than alienate. The projects offered here represent a variety of functions, locations and environments, combining the technical aspects of building and using small spaces with the stories of the people who live in them. Blueprint Small invites you to explore inspiring and imaginative ways to inhabit smaller spaces, and still live large.
Michelle Kodis is a freelance writer and editor based in Telluride, Colorado. She is the author of Love Scents and The Telluride Cookbook; she has also written for The San Francisco Examiner, The Oregonian, and Backpacker magazine.
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