Marissa Meyer (left) and Tochi Onyebuchi (right)

The Archive Project - Marissa Meyer and Tochi Onyebuchi

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," a discussion between Young Adult authors Marissa Meyer and Tochi Onyebuchi at the 2018 Portland Book Festival, moderated by Alicia Tate. 

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The Archive Project: Reckoning: Memoir of Trauma and Resilience

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," Laurie Halse Anderson, Saeed Jones, and T Kira Madden discuss writing craft and their recent memoirs at the 2019 Portland Book Festival.


The Archive Project - Jonathan Lethem

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," novelist Jonathan Lethem speaks to what shaped him as a writer and tackles both sides of the debate on the generative function of art.


The Archive Project - Azar Nafisi

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," Iranian writer and activist Azar Nafisi examines literature as identity, radical stereotypes, and a blind obedience to leadership.


The Archive Project - The Long Distance

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," we look back at our recent "Long Distance" podcast series interviews with three women writers of color who released debut novels in summer 2020.


The Archive Project - Robin Coste Lewis

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project", poet, scholar, and National Book Award winner Robin Coste Lewis presents on “The Race Within Erasure.”


The Archive Project - Nikky Finney

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," National Book Award-winning poet Nikky Finney gives a powerful performance of her poetry and explains her drive to speak truth beautifully.


The Archive Project - Cornelius Eady

This episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project" features Cornelius Eady's talk from a Portland Arts & Lectures event in 2002, hosted by Literary Arts in Portland, Oregon.


Tommy Orange

The Archive Project - Tommy Orange - There There

On this episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project," Tommy Orange shares his non-linear journey to becoming a writer and the inspiration behind his award-winning debut novel, "There There."

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Literary Arts: The Archive Project is a co-production of Literary Arts and OPB. Literary Arts’ Executive Director, Andrew Proctor, is your host for The Archive Project. Connect with him at la@literary-arts.org.