During the sixth season of The Archive Project, enjoy recordings from Portland Arts & Lectures events, as well as the Verselandia! city-wide youth poetry slam, the Portland Book Festival, and other community events happening right here in Portland, Oregon.

Announcing the 2020 Oregon Literary Fellowship Recipients

January 13, 2020

Literary Arts is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 Oregon Literary Fellowships. Generous gifts from our community have increased the value of the Brian Booth Writers’ Fund Endowment which, in turn, has allowed us to further support exceptional…

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Literary Arts Welcomes New Board Members

January 8, 2020

In December, we welcomed five new board members to Literary Arts. Please join us in welcoming them! David Angeli represents individuals and corporations in complex criminal, regulatory, and civil matters. He has tried a number of high-profile cases around the country,…

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“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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Tommy Orange

Tommy Orange

January 22, 2020

Tommy Orange discusses his writing career and acclaimed debut novel, There There, in an interview at the 2019 Sun Valley Writers’ Conference.

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