In a few weeks, Portland will play host to an expected 12,000-or-so literary-minded visitors — editors, publishers, agents, teachers, and yes, lots and lots of writers — all gathering for the annual Association of Writers…
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Overcome By Events: A Review of Crash Course by Julie Whipple
Julie Whipple’s Crash Course (Yamhill Canyon Press, 2018) is a lucid and engaging examination of a tragedy that occurred in the city of Portland. On December 28, 1978, a DC-8 jet airliner plummeted out of the night sky and…
Portland Review’s Community at the 2018 Oregon Book Awards
Portland Review editors Kari Davidson and Kathleen Levitt look at some of 2018’s Oregon Book Award nominees and their relationship to the journal.
I Keep Going to the Well, and it Fills: Remembering Ursula K. Le Guin
It has now been two weeks since the death of Ursula K. Le Guin, and Portland Review is coming to terms with the loss of one of the most beloved and impactful members of our community. Thank you, Ursula K. Le Guin, for teaching us, inspiring us, and sharing with us your stories.
Tiny Little Suitcases
You were so nice it jawed my jugular and has yet to let go. Eating ice cream with you makes me suspicious. Your beard has taken up residency in the upper left ventricle of my…