Book Festival 2019
The kids are all right—and they lined up in droves on Saturday to see Raina Telgemeier, Rainbow Rowell, and more.
More than 100 writers are inbound for the annual bibliophile’s bonanza.
BOOKS & TALKS
Oregonian BriAnne Wills turns her beloved blog into a beautiful new coffee table book.
Unforeseen, out July 16, assembles 17 engrossing tales by the longtime Portland author.
The Portland-based author of Swamplandia returns with Orange World.
Q & A
On the heels of a new memoir, the style icon and designer presents his show at Revolution Hall on March 20.
Writer Greg Rucka, along with artists Justin Greenwood and Matthew Southworth, will be executive producers.
Paul Collins's new book, Blood and Ivy, exhumes a once-infamous doctor-on-doctor crime.
Yes, according to a new book by retired pro soccer player Gwendolyn Oxenham. She’ll be at Powell’s with Thorns midfielder Allie Long on September 29.
Benjamin Percy's latest project? A post-apocalyptic reimagining of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Here, he talks Oregon, the environment, and counting Stephen King among his fans.
In the countdown to Portland’s annual barhopping books festival LitHop PDX—which takes place this Thursday—we asked ten local authors what drinks paired best with their books.
The Reed College graduate shares the "very structured form" of writing a thriller.
The book, the album, and the comic that you can't miss this month
Four authors to catch in Reed College's outdoor amphitheater this month.
Author, founding editor of The Believer magazine and wife to writer Dave Eggers Vendela Vida tells us why all fiction writers are liars ahead of her Powell's talk next Wednesday, June 17.
BOOKS FOR BASKING
Whatever your tastes, we've plucked 10 newly published works for your summer reading pleasure.
Portland moms help explain breast cancer—and express love—to little loved ones.
The novelist and local writing guru is honored for his “outstanding contributions to Oregon’s literary life"—and we're here for that.
With his new book, the storyteller cements his status as one of Portland’s finest raconteurs.
Out this week, a new memoir on failure from the prolific Portland composer. From errant love songs to Calvin and Hobbes, we share some highlights.