Author Q&A: Tip Of A Bone by Christine Finlayson

Author Christine Finlayson tells a story of mystery and murder in the Pacific Northwest in her book Tip of a Bone.

Booklandia.tv launches new web channel for book lovers

Readers assemble! Created by a team of journalism students at the University of Oregon in partnership with Powell’s Books, the world’s largest independent bookstore, Booklandia.tv provides compelling content for anyone who has ever loved a good story. We celebrate books, authors, readers, and listeners too.…

Author Q&A: I Was Here by Gayle Forman

From best selling author Gayle Forman comes a story of death, youth, grieving, and resilience. To delve into a mystery surrounding the death of a teenage girl and the clues left behind, you can find I Was Here at any Powell's location or online.  

Author Q&A: Susan Sokol Blosser on “orange books”

Susan Sokol Blosser, author of  Letting Go, recants her early love for history and mystery stories. From Nancy Drew to Sherlock Holmes, Blosser has a love for the genre in every capacity.  

Author Q&A: Letting Go by Susan Sokol Blosser

Susan Sokol Blosser, author of Letting Go, likes to keep a well-stocked bookshelf. She tells us about two books currently in her rotation: The Force of Kindness by Sharon Salzburg and Rememberings by Pauline Wengeroff.  

Happy Birthday, Nicolas Chamfort

"The most wasted day of all is that on which we have not laughed."

- Nicolas Chamfort

The famous French author and conversationalist Sébastien-Roch Nicolas Chamfort, regarded for his clever and astute observations, was born on April 6, 1741, making this his 276th birthday. Chamfort tragically committed suicide during the French Revolution after he was threatened with imprisonment for the…

Author Q&A: The Stylist by Cai Emmons

Cai Emmons shares how her obsessions guide her writing process, and how personal metamorphosis is a central theme in her newest novel, The Stylist.  

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