Unpacking Coffee: A Podcast from Needmore Designs

Unpacking Coffee: A Podcast from Needmore Designs

While everyone has a story to tell, surely every thing has a tale to tell share as well. Our creative partners at Needmore are experts on helping brands give a voice to their products and selecting the best medium to elevate their stories. Kandace and Ray Brigleb, the pair behind Needmore, produce and create beautiful…

“One voice speaking truth is a greater force than fleets and armies…” ― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Left Hand of Darkness Literary Arts is committed to an open, just and inclusive society, and we will continue to do everything we can to give all Oregonians a voice. We oppose all those who seek to oppress, intimidate…

Magic Barrel Event in Corvallis features Oregon Authors

Magic Barrel Event in Corvallis features Oregon Authors

Oregon Book Award winner Patrick deWitt, who was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, will join 2016 Oregon Book Award winner Kate Caroll De Gutes, nationally acclaimed Portland essayist Sallie Tisdale, novelist David Shafer, Oregon Poet Laureate Elizabeth Woody, short-story writer Wayne Harrison, poet Charles Goodrich and three other distinguished Oregon writers reading from their…

Summer Reading: Literary Arts Staff Recommendations

Summer Reading: Literary Arts Staff Recommendations

It’s high time to enjoy some leisurely reading. Here’s what our staff has been reading this summer: Sudden Death by Álvaro Enrigue (recommended by Amanda Bullock): Álvaro Enrigue’s Sudden Death juxtaposes a handful of vividly imagined sixteenth-century episodes: In the Old World, a tennis match between the painter Caravaggio and the Spanish poet Quevedo takes place and…

Magic Barrell benefit: October 23rd in Corvallis

Magic Barrell benefit: October 23rd in Corvallis

Magic Barrel: A Reading to Fight Hunger, takes place October 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the historic Whiteside Theater (361 SW Madison Ave.) in downtown Corvallis. The event is hosted by recent Whiting Award winner, Oregon Book Award author and Oregon Literary Fellowship recipient Elena Passarello. The authors appearing include Tracy Daugherty, Molly Gloss, Karen…

Summer Reading: Literary Arts staff recommended books.

With summer in full swing, it’s high time to enjoy some leisurely reading. Here’s what our staff will be reading this summer:   Mislaid by Nell Zink (recommended by Amelia Ayrelan Iuvino): Timely and incisive, fast-paced and humorous, like a Shakespearean comedy of errors, Mislaid deals with themes of race, gender, and sexuality in 1960s rural Virginia.…

Covering Your Assets: Workshops for Artists at Bridgelab in March

Covering Your Assets: Workshops for Artists at Bridgelab in March

On three consecutive Tuesdays in March, RACC and PNCA will be presenting Covering your Assets: These workshops were designed to give artist and small business people a firmer understanding of the legalities of monetizing their creativity. PNCA Bridgelab 511 NW Broadway, Portland OR 97209 $25 March 3: Intellectual property and Copyrights:  Do you own the copyright in your work…