Book Spots: Tsunami Books


Welcome to Book Spots, your complete personal guide to Eugene’s local booksellers! Tsunami Books is located at 26th and Willamette Street in South Eugene, about a 20 minute bus ride from the heart of the University of Oregon campus. Tsunami is a quaint, cozy…

Book Spots – J. Michaels Books


Welcome to Book Spots, the complete personal guide to Eugene’s local booksellers! J. Michaels Books is a new, used, and rare bookstore located on 160 E. Broadway in downtown Eugene. It's an organized and inviting general bookstore offering a variety of books. The store has…

REVIEW: The New York Nobody Knows


In his book, The New York Nobody Knows: Walking 6,000 Miles in the City, William B. Helmreich details his wanderings of New York City’s neighborhoods, observing sights, sounds, and situations along the way. Helmreich says it was inspired by a game he and his…

Book Spots – Smith Family Bookstore, Campus Location


Welcome to Book Spots, the complete personal guide to Eugene’s local booksellers! Smith Family Bookstore is the closest new and used independent bookstore to UO campus. It is located at 768 E. 13th Ave., or a five minute walk from campus at the…

Review: Between The World And Me


If books are meant to enlighten, Ta-Nehisi Coates succeeds in Between the World and Me. The book is a memoir written as a letter to his son. Throughout, Coates tackles tough subjects like the social construction of race, the history of African-Americans in…

“I am with you”: Author Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Talks to Crowd At Matthew Knight Arena


On Friday, February 3, author Ta-Nehisi Coates, known for his bestseller Between the World and Me, visited the University of Oregon, where he gave a talk addressing race in America to a sold out Matthew Knight Arena. Coates came to the university as part…

Review: Bittersweet


  Shauna Niequist’s raw honesty and quick wit are sweeping the nation among the pages of her newest book release, Present Over Perfect. Yet, in an effort to understand Niequist’s timeline more intimately, myself and many others have dug up her 2010 publish,…

5 Books Every College Woman Should Read


1. My Year With Eleanor: A Memoir by Noelle Hancock This memoir by Noelle Hancock is based off Hancock’s search for inner peace as she follows Eleanor Roosevelt’s oft-quoted advice to do one thing a day that scares her. She then embarks on…

Powell’s Books: The Happiest Place On Earth?


I don’t remember the first time I walked into Powell’s in downtown Portland, but every time I walk through those doors, I am convinced it is one of the truly magical things we have at our disposal on this planet. From the outside,…

Booklandia.tv – Epilogue Season 2 Episode 1 – 2.29.16

Join us for our second season of Epilogue as we up the sass with our new host, Vivian Mora. This week: what's new with J.K Rowling (again), the "wood wide web," and Emma Watson's feminist book club. P.S. Never stop, J.K. Rowling! We're…

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