Tag Archives: Oregon authors

What It’s Like to Read at Powell’s

This essay is a more personal response to our Jan. 7 Brave on the Page event at Powell’s City of Books. I close my eyes. The lighting is that good golden light, the kind of evening glow that’s hard to photograph, … Continue reading

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Why I Started My Own Small Press

As many of you know, I’ve been working on a tight deadline to finish Brave on the Page, a collection of Oregon author interviews and essays, so it can be available at Wordstock, the Portland literary fest coming up in mid-October. I’m … Continue reading

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Drum Roll, Please… Announcing My Secret Project

When I wrote about the Espresso Book Machine a month ago, I hinted that I was working on a project. Today I’ll tell you about it. I’ve been thinking about doing something more permanent with the Seven Questions interviews I … Continue reading

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