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.

BookSmarts: Fables at any age

Digital Artist Brynn Konkle tells us about what's on her nightstand--Aesop's Fables! Watch Brynn tell you why she loves these classic stories. 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, provides compelling content for anyone who has ever loved a good story. We celebrate books, authors, readers, and listeners too.…

See highlights from our launch events

Emerald Media Group came out to help celebrate our launch on Monday, April 6th. We were proud to partner with the Duck Store, a big supporter of local authors, for this event. Fun activities of the day included a photobooth and a Harry Potter-themed raffle. Two lucky winners…

Kids Corner: The Girl Who Read

Carson tells Booklandia why Harry Potter is a great--nay the greatest--series of books ever written. J.K. Rowling’s best-selling series transcends age, and Carson shows how relatable these characters are, even years after they were first created. Are you a Hermione or a Luna?…

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.  

BookSmarts: War of the (ghost) worlds

University of Oregon student Monica Nunan has developed a broad spectrum of literary knowledge. She tells us about her favorite books, spanning from historical fiction such as When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka to teen angst in graphic novel form, Ghost World…

BookSmarts: What does a non-reader read?

University of Oregon student Tom Hernandez reveals his tumultuous past with assigned reading and the novel that has stuck with him.   

Judge A Book By Its Cover Ep. 1

Is this steamy romance novel more than meets the eye? If the plots our guests come up with aren’t enough for you, The Darkest Kiss is available at Powell’s Books.  

Kids Corner: What’s the best part about reading?

Fifth grader Owen didn’t expect a book with a title like Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon to catch his attention, but with a crack of the spine he quickly realized you can’t judge a book by its cover.

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