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Julie Whipple’s Crash Course Will Make You Never Want to Fly Again

The 1978 Portland Crash Changed Commercial Flight as We Knew It

The Secret Token Exposes the Mythology of the Roanoke Colony

Journalist Author Andrew Lawler Contextualizes One of America’s Favorite Mysteries

Author Q&A with Portland Literary Detective Paul Collins

His Tenth Book Blood and Ivy Investigates a Scandalous Harvard Murder

Author Claire L. Evans’ Broad Band Reveals Women’s Contributions to Tech

A Hidden History of Computing, from the 1800s to the 1990s

Bad Moms and Brutal Honesty in I Will Be Complete

Glen David Gold’s Memoir Recounts a Singularly Awful Upbringing

Genevieve Hudson’s Pretend We Live Here Boldly Makes Queerness the Norm

Hudson’s Fierce Debut Finds a Fitting Home at Future Tense Books

Let's Fight: Reading Indoors vs. Reading Outdoors

The Floor Pooping in My Year of Rest and Relaxation Feels Completely Normal

Interview: Ottessa Moshfegh on Her New Novel’s Deadpan Spin-Out

Our Picks for Tin House’s Free Summer Reading Series

Listen to These Authors Read in an Outdoor Amphitheater at Magic Hour

Geneviève Castrée’s Last Book is a Baby Book for Her Daughter

Despite Its Tragic Circumstances, in A Bubble All Is Well

Rita Bullwinkel’s Belly Up Is Like an Endless Jungle

The Latest, Impressive Short Story Collection from A Strange Object

Melissa Broder’s Realistic Fish-Person Relationship Book

Romance Dies, but Merman Sex Lives on in The Pisces

Anti-Trump Book Club: Interview with Pod Save America’s Dan Pfeiffer

Yes We (Still) Can, Obama’s Savvy Court Skills, and Hope for the 2018 Election

Jodie Hollander’s Poems Surmount Emotional Milestones

My Dark Horses Tackles Insecurity, Devastation, and Acceptance

Don’t Get Your Feminism from The Misandrists

Bruce LaBruce Is Like John Waters with More Porn

The Long Odds of Poe Ballantine’s Whirlaway Pay Off

A Weird, Wonderful Yarn About Horse Races, Record Collectors, and Telepathic Dogs

Jason Heller’s Strange Stars Rehashes the Space-Obsessed ’70s

There's a Starman Still Waiting in the Sky

Islamophobia in the USA

American Islamophobia Reveals Our Nation’s Long History of Prejudice

Deep Inside the Malheur Standoff

Chosen Country Author James Pogue Was Embedded with the Bundys

Before Disney, There Was E.H. Shepard

A New Book Explores the Illustrator‘s Work with A.A. Milne

Rock ’n’ Roll Requiem: Steven Hyden’s Twilight of the Gods

The Journeyman Music Journalist Documents the Decline of Classic Rock

Ed Piskor’s X-Men: Grand Design Is a Comics Cliffs Notes for X-Men

Boiling Down 8,000 Pages of X-Men to a Six-Issue Arc

The Anti-Trump Book Club: Russian Roulette

Isikoff and Corn’s Book Compiles What We Know About the Trump-Russia Affair

Beth Pickens on Art as Self-Care

Your Art Will Save Your Life Is a Guide Book on Maintaining and Protecting Your Art in the Age of Trump

Pete Souza Reminisces About “What We Had”

The Presidential Photographer on the Visual and Political Legacy of the Obama Administration

Lindy West's Shrill Is Coming to Hulu

The Leafly Guide to Cannabis Is Dope

Finally, a Pot Primer Worth Recommending

Let’s Get Stoned with Bilbo and Chewbacca!

Everything You Need to Know About Pipe-Weed, Death Sticks, and Other Made-Up Drugs

Sloane Crosley’s Kinetic Intelligence

The Look Alive Out There Author on Egg-Freezing, Porny Uncles, and Queen Joan Didion

British Director Andrew Haigh on the Real-World Problems of Lean on Pete

A Boy, His Horse, and the Challenge of Adapting Willy Vlautin’s Sad, Wonderful Novel

Red Clocks: Speculative Lit at Its Finest

The Radical Potential of Leni Zumas’ Oregon Coast Dystopia

Cecile Richards, WYD?

The Outgoing Planned Parenthood President and Daughter of Badass Politico Ann Richards Prepares to Make Trouble

Jesse Ball’s Elusive Census

It’s like The Road, but About More Census-Taking and Down Syndrome

“Reality Disappoints Regularly” in Men and Apparitions

Lynne Tillman’s Latest Captures a Scourge of Modern Life

That Feeling When Your Friend Becomes a Nazi

Matthew Dickman's Third Book of Poetry Wrestles with White Supremacy in Portland

The Anti-Trump Book Club

Collusion, Impeachment Porn, and Things Said Over Beers

Shaun Scott on the Brokest Generation

Millennials Are Killing Lots of Things. Hopefully Capitalism Is Next.

Michelle McNamara Used True Crime for Good

Revisiting the I’ll Be Gone in the Dark Author’s Online Investigations

Annihilation Review: A Gorgeous, Terrifying, Spellbinding Trip into the Unknown

Alex Garland's New Film Is the Best Kind of Cinematic Experience

Steve Almond: “The Hippies Were Fucking Right”

The Bad Stories Author Reckons with the American Myths That Got Trump Elected

Surprises and Horrors in Full Bleed, Portland’s New Comics and Culture Quarterly

Also Included: Punk Rock, U-Boats, and Alan Moore Fighting a Demon
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