Literary events in and around Portland this week!
Tags: Ana Maria Spagna, Bart Fitzgerald, Demian DinéYazhi', janice lee, Julian Smuggles, Kevin Holden, Keyon Faskin, Lars D.H. Hedbor, Malcolm Terence, Manuel Arturo Abreu, Maxi Miliano, Melissa Stein, n-prolenta, Notable Portland, Pauls Toutonghi, Portland, Steve Toutonghi, tessa fontaine
Saturday 11/26: Celebrate Indies First Day with Cheryl Strayed, author of Torch and Wild. Other authors joining the celebration include Estela Bernal, Randy Blazak, Peter Ames Carlin, Curtis Chen, Rene Denfeld, Monica Drake, Jamie Duclos-Yourdon, Laura Foster, Casey Jarman, Karen Karbo, Joe Kurmaskie, Pamela Lindholm-Levy, Whitney Otto, Arn Strasser, Pauls Toutonghi, Suzy Vitello, Ruth Wariner, […]
Tags: Alan Wieder, Anis Mojgani, Anna Vo, Arn Strasser, Carolyn Wood, Casey Jarman, Cheryl Strayed, Curtis Chen, David France, Estela Bernal, Jamie Duclos-Yourdon, Joe Kurmaskie, Karen Karbo, Laura Foster, Lauret Savoy, Lidia Yuknavitch, Lisa Bates, Matt Hern, Monica Drake, Notable Portland, Pamela Lindholm-Levy, Pauls Toutonghi, Peter Ames Carlin, Randy Blazak, Rene Denfeld, Robert Duncan Gray, Ruth Wariner, Suzy Vitello, Whitney Otto
Author and agent Bill Clegg talks about his new novel,
Did You Ever Have A Family, grief in fiction and in life, and why there is no finish line except the final finish line. ...more
Tags: Amanda Coplin, bill clegg, Dawn Landes, death, Deb Talan, Did you ever have a family, fathers, fathers and sons, fiction, Freud, grief, Interviews, jon raymond, literary agents, Man Booker Prize, Mark Doty, matthew dickman, MFA, New York City, novels, Pauls Toutonghi, Portland, privacy, rachel newcombe, Ray LaMontagne, The Weepies, Tom Spanbauer, writers, writing