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Literary Arts at Pickathon 2022

August 7 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

$45
Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207

Literary Arts has partnered with Pickathon to feature author readings and a live recording of our radio show and podcast, The Archive Project.

Authors featured on the Windmill Stage, Sunday, August 7 from 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

  • Omar El Akkad WHAT STRANGE PARADISE
  • Santi Elijah Holley MURDER BALLADS
  • Michelle Ruiz Keil SUMMER IN THE CITY
  • Jules Ohman BODY GRAMMAR
  • Jon Raymond DENIAL
  • Justin Taylor RIDING WITH THE GHOST
  • Cecily Wong KALEIDOSCOPE

12:00 p.m. in The Lucky Barn:

Jon Raymond and Dao Strom in conversation with Anis Mojgani for The Archive Project. When artists explore different genres or mediums for themself, what does that process look like? Are the differing explorations in conflict with one another, or in conversation? Do they aid and abet each other? Hinder? Or perhaps have no relationship at all? Tune in to Anis Mojgani talk with Dao Strom and Jon Raymond on what it means to navigate one’s art through more than one avenue, even if sometimes stemming from the same creative source.

View the full literary lineup here.

In-person tickets available at pickathon.com.

Livestreaming via FRQNCY: tickets available here.

These author’s books are available for purchase from Broadway Books.