Portland-based author Karen Karbo talks about her new book, a collection of short biographies
To whom does a beautiful photograph of a terrible event belong?
Like Margaret Atwood in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Portland author Leni Zumas’ new book describes a future both frightening and all too possible.
The Northwest author, who died last year, left behind a collection of whip-smart, stylishly brilliant work.
The Oregon author, beloved by generations of young readers, wrote two memoirs that are forgotten Northwest gems.
Bruce Handy, author of “Wild Things: The Joy of Reading Children’s Literature as an Adult,” takes an opinionated, biography-with-zingers approach to the Kid Lit pantheon:...
The two writers met in person only once, but it provided a lifetime of inspiration; most recently shown in Murakami’s new collection “Men Without Women.”
Two Americans trying to do good in a Mexican village are at the center of “Some Rise by Sin,” Philip Caputo’s 16th book, and he’s...
The author of “The Year of Magical Thinking” publishes a slim, fascinating volume documenting a reporting trip 47 years ago.
The University of Washington professor — a master recycler of his own material — returns with a smart, funny collection of observations, about himself and...