The 74-year-old discusses his new Beaver State thriller, getting dinner with the Clintons, and his upcoming collaboration with Dolly Parton.
Kelly Williams Brown had a terrible 700 days. In a new memoir, she talks about how paper folding helped her through it.
"Maria tossed her hair out of her face and sat up with a jerk. She leaned forward, distorting her image on the screen. Her lips became pale, and her left eye...
Guadalupe García McCall
"Stomping-boot-by-stomping-boot, Niyi cracked down the sidewalk. At the pink house with blue trim, he bent forward to smell the pine tree smell, as his baba ...
Olufunke Grace Bankole
Third Eye Books and Gifts will throw its doors back open on June 20 at an all-new location.
The South, says Hudson, “feels like the landscape culturally and emotionally that shaped me to be who I am.”
Courtney Campbell on The Plague, the lessons we’ve learned from this pandemic, and how philosophy will continue to play a role in our everyday lives.
Her new book, Funeral for Flaca, hits shelves July 1.
Sarah Mirk is creating a hand-built “zine trike” that local creators can use to pedal (and peddle) their wares.
Rachel Corry's new book The Sandalmaking Workshop lays out everything you need—from patterns to step-by-step instructions—to make your own shoes.
His new book, The Night Always Comes, is out this month.
A Kids Book About Anti-Asian Hate talks about what it means to be Asian American and how to use your voice to stand up to hatred.
With the release of her first book, Crying in H Mart, and third album, Jubilee, the Eugene native is exorcising her grief and looking for somet...
Portland interior designer Max Humphrey's new book, Modern Americana, shows how the old can be new.
Portland Monthly’s news editor talks with Portland-based author Lydia Kiesling about the late writer's enduring legacy.
Two-time Grammy winner Cheryl Pawelski has headed up the restoration and release of the historic 1956 recording.
YA author and Portlander Renée Watson on how meeting Ramona Quimby changed her life.
A queer coming-of-age novel, a children’s mystery, a fictional film club, and more
‘I’m just so sad. I think she becomes a little piece of you, and all of a sudden that little piece is gone, yet carries on, and I'm so grateful for what she's contributed. She brought a lot of joy to our family.’
Impress your friends by sporting these new book on your coffee table—but you should also read them too.