“How to Be Golden: Lessons We Can Learn From Betty White” chronicles the actor’s life and allure as she approaches her 100th birthday.
If you’re a writer, do things look different here? Dao Strom, J.C. Geiger, Theodore C. Van Alst Jr., Amelia Díaz Ettinger, Laura Moulton, Ben Hodgson, Teresa K. Miller, and Rene Denfeld weigh in.
Kate Nason’s memoir traces an emergence from bad marriages and the shadow of a president and a White House intern.
Nehalem resident Paul Letersky’s new book describes working for “the greatest bureaucrat of all time.”
Portland photographer Richard Brown’s new memoir depicts a colorful life of art and activism.
Pacific City author Ben Moon’s memoir, “Denali,” is a finalist for an Oregon Book Award.
Mohamed Asem is a man between countries and cultures, which puts him squarely at odds with bureaucratic systems that crave neat little scribbled-in circles. When everything is carefully defined, there are fewer choices. No gray area. Nothing to consider or worry about. So what happens when it isn’t? Asem is a man of independent means […]