“Choose Creativity as a Lifestyle Despite the Horror:” Dorothea Lasky Reads From Animal

December 4, 2019

by Michael Porwoll, 2019-2020 @LA Events Intern “There was a comfort in this shared reality,” Dorothea Lasky read to an at-capacity audience at Literary Arts for Lit Crawl 2019. “This shared imagination.”             Animal, Lasky’s new book of lyric lectures…

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Music Doesn’t Exist in a Vacuum: Shelby Walton-Clark Brings “The Music and the Movement” to Literary Arts

November 26, 2019

by Michael Porwoll, 2019-2020 @ LA Events Intern              American music is inseparable from American history. And music, especially that which proves most socially impactful, is often inseparable from the painful experience of suffering (and triumphing) our nation at its…

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October 30, 2019

The Portland Book Festival is a glorious, jam-packed day where you’re invited to choose your own adventure. But we know all the choices can be a little overwhelming. To help you plan your Festival day, we’ve curated a few handy…

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Malcolm Gladwell: Talking to Strangers

Malcolm Gladwell: Talking to Strangers

December 11, 2019

Bestselling author, New Yorker staffer, and renowned podcast producer, Malcolm Gladwell, discusses his latest book, Talking to Strangers.

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