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Cured at Last

Founding Member of the Cure Lol Tolhurst Opens Up About His Personal Disintegration in a New Memoir

Claire Rudy Foster’s Literature of Addiction

The Title of I’ve Never Done This Before is a Lie.

Peter Ames Carlin Illuminates Paul Simon in a New Biography

The Portland Author’s Informative Study of the New York Songwriter

Nell Zink’s Nicotine is a Gentle Indictment of Fake Shamans and Empty Idealism

I Only Wish I Didn’t Have to Bring Jonathan Franzen Into It

My Private Property Hangs the World with “Fresh Paint” Signs

Mary Ruefle Blends Poetry, Prose, and Colors in Her Exquisite New Book

Gazing into The Dark Room

Susan Faludi Applies a Journalistic Lens to Her Father’s Gender Transition

Sady Doyle Dives into the Wreck

Trainwreck Deconstructs Our Obsession with Suffering Women

Here is Dame Darcy, Your Comics Queen

The World is Catching Up with Her—Just in Time for The Meat Cake Bible

The Underground Railroad Is Bigger and Better Than You’ve Heard

Colson Whitehead’s Hyper-Hyped Novel Feels Like a Classic

Big Big Wednesday Is “A Beautiful Object”

The Local Literary Journal Looks to the Future

Wordstock’s Challenge: Too Many Readers

2,500 People Were Expected at Last Year’s Festival. 8,500 Showed Up. Here’s How the Organizers Plan to Meet the Demand This Time Around.

Fall Arts & Culture Guide

It’s Peak Art Season in Portland. Here’s Your Game Plan.

Martha Grover’s Messy Lives

The End of My Career Author Is the Voice of Portland Right Now

Image Comics Reportedly Moving to Portland

Stranded in the Land of Enchantment

Leigh Stein’s New Memoir Names Abuse for What It Is

Study Group Takes Comics Seriously

The Local Magazine Applies a Critical Lens to the Art Form

Cannabuzz: Weed Reads

What to Read Before—and After—You Get High

On the Road to Nowhere in Utopia Drive

Erik Reece’s Book Shows What Utopian Societies (Past and Present) Can Teach Us About Reality

Please Kill Me Turns 20

Revisiting Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain’s Essential History of Punk

Growing Up With Harry Potter

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Is Like a Letter From an Old Friend

Jonathan Franzen is Clueless and Must Be Stopped

There's Now a Whole Book About Your Nice Dad Tim Kaine

Growing Old with Fight Club

Chuck Palahniuk’s Comic Book Sequel to the ’90s Rite of Passage

Trouble Boys Cuts Through the Mystique of the Replacements

Bob Mehr’s Holistic Take on the ’80s Alt Rock Icons

Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction, Milkfed Criminal Masterminds

The Local Comics Creators on Their Latest Joint Ventures

Tin House’s Perfect Literary Summer Hangout

The Annual Summer Reading Series Is Back—with Joy Williams, Michelle Tea, and More!

Grief Is the Thing with Feathers: A Somber Breeze of a Book

Max Porter's Writing Finds a Language for Grief

Jack Reacher DGAF

Chuck Klosterman Hasn't Seen the Future, But He's Thought About It A LOT

The Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs Author on the Disappearance of Everything

Lisa Hanawalt's Lessons in Reverse-Centaur Appreciation

The Foodie Hijinks and Horse People of Hot Dog Taste Test

Mary Roach Is Your Buddy in the Bar Bathroom of Science

The Author Explores the Pop Science of War in Grunt

Poll: Should Portland Public Schools Enable Climate Change Deniers?

Lindy West, Slayer of Bullies

The Author of Shrill Heroically Melds Comedy with Feminism

Love & Friendship and Jane Austen

Of 18th Century Feminism. And Peas!

Joe Hill's Still on Fire with New Novel The Fireman

The Author Talks Plague Novels and Comic Books

Shop Local or Shop Wrong

Our Favorite Local Shops in Portland That You Simply Must Try

Andi Zeisler Goes Beyond "Is it Feminist?"

We Were Feminists Once Asks Better Questions

Fonograf Editions' All-Vinyl Library

A New Record Label (for Writers) Debuts with Eileen Myles

Reading Tonight: When Woody Guthrie Came to Portland

Dear Makers of Telephone Books: NO.

The Youth Culture of Kids in Love

Photographer Olivia Bee's Interior Universe

Straight to Video (Tonfa!)

Seven Years of Tim Goodyear's Movie Zine
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