Article Archive

Pulver Maar Review: New Bizarre Poems from Zachary Schomburg

TBA: Sanity TV Puts Autumn Knight's Audience on the Spot

Author Q&A with Portland Literary Detective Paul Collins

His Tenth Book Blood and Ivy Investigates a Scandalous Harvard Murder

Our Picks for Tin House’s Free Summer Reading Series

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

Everything You Know About Poetry Is Wrong

Matthew Zapruder’s New Book, Why Poetry, Is Here to Help

Nicole Krauss Transforms What We Think We Know

The Novelist’s Latest, Forest Dark, Questions Everything

Vanessa Renwick, Accidental Visionary

The Unlikely Career of a Portland Experimental Filmmaker and Installation Artist

Record Review

EMA, Exile in the Outer Ring

The Pleasing Minimalism of Kate Berube

How the Author Went from Illustrating Iconic Portland Zines to Taking Over Children’s Literature

Record Review: Jessica Dennison + Jones, Jessica Dennison + Jones

Elena Passarello’s Animal Collection

Famous Creatures Populate Animals Strike Curious Poses

Sarah Manguso’s Book of Dread

300 Arguments You’ll Either Love or Hate

Justin Hocking Goes Underground

In Reclamation, the Portland Writer Explores the Subterranean

The Deceptive Simplicity of Torrey Pines

Seattle Filmmaker Clyde Petersen on His Coming-of-Age Tale

Lit Crawl: Now More Than Ever

Aaron Gilbreath on Loving the Questions

The Local Essayist Considers Everything We Don’t Know

The Gun Show Won’t Be a Hit with Everyone

But It Starts a Crucial Conversation About America

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.

Advance Base’s Daisy-Chained Vignettes

The Chicago Songwriter Paints Curious Portraits of Fictional Lives

Tin House’s Perfect Literary Summer Hangout

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

Karl Blau Gets a Little Bit Country

The Experimental Songwriter Makes His Foray into Accessibility on Introducing

Fonograf Editions' All-Vinyl Library

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

Goodnight, Sweet Prince: Remembering His Purple Reign

A.M. O'Malley: Experimental in a Good Way

The Portland Author's Expecting Something Else Defies Genre

Playwright Tanya Barfield Lets the Ghosts In

The Deceptive Simplicity of The Blue Door

Diane Williams' Rich Kid Lit

The Author's Latest Is Gloriously Unconventional—But What's with All the Product Placement?

Portland Writer Dao Strom Gives the Past a Soundtrack

We Were Meant to Be a Gentle People Goes Above and Beyond Traditional Memoir

From a Tent in the Wallowas, a Gallery of Decay

Justin Hocking on Book Arts, Memoir, and Global Warming

Sardonic Women, Clueless Nice Guys™

And Other People Like You

Teen Angst Turned Inward in See You in the Morning

Mairead Case's Novel Blurs Lines Between YA and Literary Fiction

Alicia Jo Rabins Goes to Divinity School

In Her Expansive New Book, Life Is a Messy Cartoon

Valeria Luiselli's Eccentric Dental Records

Featuring Marilyn Monroe's Chompers, The Story of My Teeth Is as Weird as It Sounds

Subverting the Unholy History of... Easter Plays?

Shaking the Tree and Profile Theatre Take on Sarah Ruhl's Ambitious Passion Play

The Art of Cruelty

The Celebrated (and Ignored) Stories of Joy Williams

Literary Portland: A Brief Tour

Get Off Your Lonely Bookworm Chair and Out to These Readings!

This is Everything

Welcome to the Disparate Worlds of Writer Casey Fuller

Everything Is New

Briana Marela Goes Overground

Briana Marela Ventures Out from the Underground

Gimme Fiction! (And Nonfiction.) (And Poetry.)

Tin House's Outdoor Summer Readings Deliver It All

Clone Club

Two Kates' Age of Anxiety
  • 1-50 of 71