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Haitian teen seeks the dream and guidance on ‘American Street’

Doerr remains down to earth

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Haunting words from the siege of Leningrad

Nation, family face unraveling in ‘The Year of the Comet’

Anthony Doerr to lead writing workshop in Bend

Naturalist to novelist

Reading becomes a competitive sport

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Veterans’ stories cut through fog of war

Reporter’s talks with killer brought self-understanding

2017 Oregon Book Awards recognize two local writers

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Seattle author tells a story of gender dysphoria

Library, Caldera offer new writing workshops

Children’s authors protest deal for far-right pundit

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Dave Eggers to speak in Bend Jan. 19

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’Speaking American,’ ‘How to Speak Midwestern’ capture how we talk

Philip Levine celebrated struggles of working class

The year ahead on Central Oregon’s literary scene

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A book more than 20 years in the making

How 2 teens became drug cartel assassins

David Oshinsky’s history of America’s most storied hospital

Reading and writing, but no ’rithmetic

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