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The Oregon-born blogger and author makes grout treatments and selecting carpet samples relatable in her new how-to book on design and décor.
The Natasha Lyonne-starring “audiobook” imagines an alternate future where Kennedy was never assassinated.
The latest book from author/screenwriter Jon Raymond depicts transformative climate action ... and then whatever comes next.
Looking for an offbeat beach read? We asked an Oregon Book Award–nominated author to tell us a story set in Portland in the summer of 2022.
07/01/2022ByCallum AngusIllustrations byKatie Leimbach
Books, Books, Books
The Multnomah County Central Library building will be closed to the public from August 1 to November 1 for a face-lift.
An anonymous poet, a Meow Wolf cofounder, a stripper-slash-writer, jazz drummer, and plenty of others will grace the Moda Center on May 28.
Literary Road Trip
A free festival this weekend shows off the almost-complete mural and includes a poetry contest and Birdman screening.
Oregon poet laureate Anis Mojgani's poem hotline has been brewing for nearly two years.
Omar El Akkad, Dao Strom, Cynthia Whitcomb, and four others walked home with prizes from Literary Arts on April 25.
Published by Morpheus Youth Project, the genre-bending chapbook—anchored by work from Emilly Prado and Andres Mendoza—is the Portland nonprofit's final project.
The Portland author's latest book hits shelves April 5.
Long Story Short
Earl Dizon, of NE Alberta’s Green Bean Books, talks Phantom Tollbooth, Agatha Christie, Anne of Green Gables, and library hopping.
For the first time since 2019, this year's winners will be announced at an in-person ceremony on April 25 at the Armory.
Stars Dolly Parton and James Patterson are promoting their new book, Run, Rose, Run. Here are all the details for the virtual event, hosted by Powell's.
Pop Culture Deep Dive
The fuss around To Paradise, the third novel from the controversial author of A Little Life, distills our troubled relationship with fiction.
Works from Michelle Zauner, Omar El Akkad, Willy Vlautin, Eli Saslow, and many others provided necessary escapes in a weird year.
12/31/2021ByFiona McCann,Conner Reed, andKarly Quadros
Q & A
The latest from the Oregon author follows a string of missing people to a reclusive community buried deep in the forest.
‘Beasts of a Little Land’ is set against the backdrop of the country’s independence.
White Salmon–based writer Michelle Nijhuis talks her latest book, the problematic history of the conservation movement, and what living off the grid taught her.
After a five-day virtual fest, PBF will gather downtown for the first time in two years on November 13. Expect nerdy bacchanalia.