Books & Talks
The author and literary organizer hosts a reading at Northeast Portland's Psychic Sister shop this Friday, March 29.
For proof, read the Portland-raised writer's staggeringly smart new book, Survival Math.
Summer Reads 2018
"I moved to a spot in the shallow end. I admit that I was already judging Molly harshly for her Chinese-character tattoo because I was jealous of her leg muscles."
Meat, Pray, Love
Her new memoir, Killing It: An Education, chronicles the long, bloody move.
In Narrow River, Wide Sky, the local writer mines her childhood culture shock in Colorado.
In this passage from The End of My Career, the local zinester recalls an Old Portland haunt.
We caught up with the New York artist and activist, who's en route to Powell’s this week, to talk about his new memoir.
The festival, album, and books you can’t miss this month.
BOOKS & TALKS
The famously reserved rock star joins local jack-of-all-arts Jon Raymond March 3 at Powells. And as it turns out, Jon's a big fan.
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.
A look back at some of the cringiest overshares from our favorite Portland authors
The bestselling author talks about his new memoir, his nickname "Little Failure," and kissing James Franco for his juicy book trailer. He speaks at Powell's on Jan 18.