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  1. Erin Morgenstern: The Powells.com Interview

    Erin Morgenstern All this summer, Erin Morgenstern's debut novel, The Night Circus, has been garnering extraordinary buzz in the book world, which is especially remarkable given that it doesn't go on sale until September. Happily, all of the attention is well-deserved. Morgenstern has woven a compelling story...


  2. Roger Ebert: The Powells.com Interview

    Roger Ebert Roger Ebert, beloved film critic, writer, and, these days, social-media maven, has written a beautiful and moving memoir in Life Itself. Publishers Weekly, in a starred review, described it as "reminiscences both witty and passionate from one of our most important cultural voices." Beginning with...


  3. Colin Meloy and Carson Ellis: The Powells.com Interview

    Colin Meloy Colin Meloy, lead singer of the band The Decemberists, and his wife, Carson Ellis, an acclaimed artist and illustrator, have collaborated to create Wildwood, a beautiful middle-grade novel set in a fantastical version of Portland, Oregon. The first in a series, Wildwood details the journeys of...


  4. Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch: The Powells.com Interview

    Nick Gillespie In their new book, The Declaration of Independents, Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch note with alarm: You have to go back to 1946, in the immediate aftermath of World War II, to find spending that equaled as large a percentage of GDP [as it does now]. You need to return to 1945 to find a deficit that...


  5. Chris Ying: The Powells.com Interview

    Chris Ying It's safe to say that whatever publisher McSweeney's does, they do with flair. Lucky Peach, their new quarterly food journal, is no exception. Lucky Peach is the brain child of McSweeney's Books co-publisher Chris Ying (who serves as editor-in-chief), acclaimed chef David Chang (of Momofuku fame)...


  6. Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo: The Powells.com Interview

    Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo is a remarkable human being. One of the first western women to be ordained into a Tibetan Buddhist monastic lineage (in the early 1960s), she's been a dedicated and inspiring practitioner ever since, even going so far as to spend 13 years in retreat in a cave in the...


  7. Alice LaPlante: The Powells.com Interview

    Alice LaPlante Alice LaPlante has been teaching writing for 20 years and is the editor of the popular creative-writing textbook Method and Madness, But it wasn't until this year, at age 52, that her first novel was published (by the wonderful independent press Grove/Atlantic). It was worth the wait. Turn of...


  8. Josh Ritter: The Powells.com Interview

    Josh Ritter Josh Ritter is best known for his music — in 2006, he was named one of the "100 Greatest Living Songwriters" by Paste magazine, and his 2010 album, So Runs the World Away, was chosen as one of the top 10 albums of the year by NPR's Bob Boilen. Now, his first novel, Bright's Passage, is...


  9. Amy Bryant Aiello: The Powells.com Interview

    Amy Bryant Aiello When I discovered Artemisia, a treasure of a shop in Southeast Portland which primarily features terrariums, I remembered how mind-blowing terrariums seemed as a kid. The ability to build a tiny world felt so powerful and important — you could create a climate! In Artemisia, I felt that same...


  10. Susan Beal: The Powells.com Interview

    Susan Beal Super crafter Susan Beal is everywhere. With five craft books to her name, contributions in Bust, ReadyMade, Venus, and Craft, as well as many appearances at craft fairs and conventions, Susan has become one of the major craft forces in the Pacific Northwest. From jewelry and beading to quilting...


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