Carolyn Moore wrote thousands of poems in her lifetime. Most of them are about to be published for the first time.
Bad Dates will be cohosted by Portland Monthly’s own Eden Dawn.
The Portland science-fiction author will be honored on the 33rd stamp in the series, joining James Baldwin, Flannery O'Connor, and others.
The author and PoMo style editor talks about her new book, how COVID impacted its release, and how small businesses are still struggling.
Some are calling for the book's removal from the site, citing harassment and online abuse by Ngo.
We talk with OSU professor Courtney Campbell about Albert Camus's 1947 novel, philosophy, and human nature.
Portland creators are getting in on the boom.
The Portland writer talks ambition, trauma, and her new book.
The typically one-day, in-person festival will sprawl across two digital weeks this year. Here's what you can't miss.
Fiona McCann and Conner Reed
The mythological nature of plague unspools from the author's novella, released in a new edition September 29.
The Man Who Ate Too Much: The Life of James Beard offers a compassionate, honest, and meticulously researched take on how Beard became one of the most...
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Her second novel The Great Offshore Grounds hit shelves last month.
The all-digital, 17 day festival will feature heavy hitters like Margaret Atwood and local favorites like Colin Meloy.
Sarah Mirk's Guantanamo Voices hits shelves September 8.
Cheryl Wakerhauser is celebrating the launch of her new cookbook, Petite Pâtisserie: Bon Bons, Petits Fours, Macarons and Other Bite-Size Treats, with a Pix-O-Matic release party. Try making the 7-Layer “Cake” for yourself.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Write Out Loud
“So many of us are inhaling and not exhaling. We’re just sort of taking it all in, and we’re just being burdened and stressed and our bodies literally cannot...
“The ‘weirdness’ of Portland is that it is a city of strange dichotomy,” says Anis Mojgani. “It’s very inclusive, and at the same time, extremely exclusive.”
Award-winning writer and Portland native Mitchell S. Jackson reflects on the sneaky power of protest.
Mitchell S. Jackson
Amid coronavirus, 'How to Heal' helps us understand and release our trauma.
Drop Everything And Read
Tops on Portlander's list of required pandemic reading? Cozy old favorites, how-to and self-help tomes, and wise words from Michelle Obama.