It opens a field of inquiry that stretches to the far corners of culture. ...more
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Literary events in and around Portland this week!
Isobel O’Hare discusses her debut full-length collection, ALL THIS CAN BE YOURS.
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Last Sext captures a youthful, hard, myth-informed, sleep deprived, aroused, spiritually searching, self-loathing worldview embraced by many of the young women in our lives. ...more
Rupi Kaur’s poetry collection, Milk and Honey, has sold almost half a million copies since its publication by Andrews McMeel Publishing last year, according to Anisse Gross in Publishers Weekly. While that is the company’s best selling poetry collection, it isn’t the only one that’s sold well: “We saw that there was this generation of young […]