BOOKS & TALKS
Recapping the state's literary Oscars: the wins, the surprises, the speeches, the champagne in the shower. It's all here.
This month is a windfall of book and storytelling events, including the Oregon Books Awards, Smallpressapalooza, and Everybody Reads with Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
BOOK & TALKS
There’s a lot of book love to go around this month, from lit-power couple Colin Meloy and Carson Ellis to international author Isabel Allende to the bday bash for William Stafford.
Portland Monthly Staff and Kristin Leigh
Ursula K. Le Guin, Mary Szybist, Graham Salisbury, Joe Sacco, and Craig Thompson round out this year's contenders. Winners announced March 17.
ON THE TOWN
Frankenstein starring Benedict Cumberbatch, the region’s most vividly inventive Native American artists, and the rest of the month's best bets for things to see or do
Blood stained ghost costumes, Laura Gibson crooning on guitar, and readers marching down catwalks kicked off a captivating new poetry event.
Literary Arts presents the 2013 Oregon Book Awards
BOOKS AND TALKS
Storm Large is a literary tourist, Cheryl Strayed is Meryl Streep, Larry Colton is an a-hole, and Portland is the winner in the category of colorful literary characters.
The two big thinkers fill the Schnitz with their big ideas on consecutive nights. How do they measure up? March 4 & 5.
Nominees include Cheryl Strayed, Storm Large, and Brian Doyle—twice. Ceremony takes place April 8.