Sid Miller explores seven routes from the coast to the mountains, from inner-city Portland to the Idaho border. Dot-to-Dot, Oregon, a collection of fifty poems, travels through the cities, towns, and monuments of Oregon. Using these locales as a background, three voices narrate the author’s loving but critical relationship with the state he calls home.
By Rebekah Hunt The Weight of the Sun, a short story collection by Geronimo Tagatac, is one of my favorite books on our backlist. The stories are set up as separate pieces in a compilation, but they share a common thread that connects them all. Initially, I found the transitions between stories jarring and disorienting….Read more