The Archive Project

The Archive Project


Latest Episodes

Ann Patchett (REBROADCAST)
June 16, 2024

Ann Patchett discusses her latest best-selling novel, Tom Lake, with Cheryl Strayed in this conversation recorded in Portland, Oregon.

Ann Patchett (REBROADCAST)
June 16, 2024

Ann Patchett discusses her latest best-selling novel, Tom Lake, with Cheryl Strayed in this conversation recorded in Portland, Oregon.

Zadie Smith, in conversation with Parul Sehgal (REBROADCAST)
June 09, 2024

Zadie Smith, joined by Parul Sehgal, sparkles with humor and insight in this conversation about her latest novel, The Fraud.

A Tribute to Barry Lopez
June 02, 2024

John Freeman, Jane Hirshfield, and Debra Gwartney honor Barry Lopez as part of 2023 Portland Book Festival Cover to Cover event series with Broadway Books Year of Reading Barry Lopez.

Tommy Orange (REBROADCAST)
May 26, 2024

Tommy Orange shares his non-linear journey to becoming a writer and the inspiration behind his award-winning debut novel, There There.

Oregon Humanities Consider This: Eli Saslow
May 19, 2024

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Eli Saslow, discusses the impact of major national issues on individual lives with Oregon Humanities executive director, Adam Davis.

Charles Yu
May 12, 2024

With his signature humor, author Charles Yu deconstructs the lecture genre and by doing so revealsprofound insights into what it means to be human.

Erica Berry & Sabrina Imbler
May 06, 2024

From the 2023 Portland Book Festival on the relationships between humans and animals, and on our ideas about the meaning of animals.

Aimee Nezhukumatathil
April 28, 2024

In celebration of National Poetry Month, this episode features poet and essayist Aimee Nezhukumatathil at Portland Arts & Lectures.

Verselandia! 2023
April 21, 2024

Dive into Verselandia! Portlands annual youth poetry slam championship, with performances from 2023s event and interviews with this years hopefuls.

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