Matthew Polly's biography of the martial-arts expert, whose movies "Fist of Fury," "Way of the Dragon" and "Enter the Dragon" were international hits, is thorough,...
No, not Lance Armstrong. Greg LeMond, the first American to win the Tour de France, is the subject of this timely book.
In his debut novel, Tommy Orange represents a new generation of Native American writers.
Rachel Kushner's "The Mars Room," set in a women's prison, is not an easy read, but it's never dull and it does build to a...
"Noir" was going to be the "dark-streets" kind, Christopher Moore writes in his afterword, but what he ended up with was "Perky Noir." The author...
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.