Paul Martone, Executive Director
Paul is a writer. His stories have been finalists for two Glimmer Train awards and the John Steinbeck Award. Favorite books include Ironweed, Notes of a Native Son, and Questions of Travel.
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Amber's stories have appeared in B O D Y, Carve Magazine, and elsewhere under the name Amber Krieger. Favorite books include Enduring Love and Jasmine.
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Meaghan has been cataloguing her reading online since 2000. Favorite books include (as of this week) Tea with Mr. Rochester, Tristram Shandy, and Farewell, My Lovely.
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Kristin has a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and an MFA from New York University. Favorite books include Mrs Dalloway, The Sound and the Fury, and Life on Mars.
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Anne holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. Favorite books include Talk Stories and We Have Always Lived in the Castle.
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Marco España is a writer and editor. Favorite books include Ender's Game, The Stranger, and World Without Sun.
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Emily has a B.A. from Reed College and will soon have an M.A. from Portland State University. Favorite books include Code Name Verity and Ancillary Justice.
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Josh lives in Chicago where he writes and records music. Favorite books include The Good Earth and The World According To Garp.
Contact Josh Bleeks.
Amanda has an MFA in poetry at NYU. Her poetry has appeared in Best New Poets 2014 and others. Favorite books include Bluets, Stag’s Leap, and Life on Mars.
Contact Amanda McConnon.
Jessie is an audio and multimedia producer living in Brooklyn with a very small dog and lots of books. Her favorites are Call of the Wild (forever) and Crapalachia: A Biography of Place (right now).
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Ryan is a father, writer, and native Portlander. He facilitates OHSU’s writing group for men with cancer. Favorite books include The Long Goodbye and Slaughterhouse Five.
Contact Ryan Voelker.
Corinne Gould studied at Gonzaga University before pursuing a M.A. in book publishing at Portland State University. She thinks the following books are pretty okay: No Thank You Octopus, Henry and June, and Lolita.
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Molly K.B. Hunt
Molly K.B. Hunt is a freelance editor, rogue intern, and final-year grad student in Portland State’s book publishing program. Favorite books include Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay, The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison, and Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner.
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