Deep Overstock was featured in Shelf Awareness in their April 20, 2021 issue in the article “Deep Overstock: Helping Booksellers Shelve Their Own Work.” You can read it the article here. https://www.shelf-awareness.com/issue.html?issue=3968#m52164
Bobby Eversmann, co-Editor-in-Chief of Deep Overstock, joined other indie publishers on KBOO’s program “Mr. Jones’s Neighborhood.” You can listen to it on KBOO’s website here. https://kboo.fm/media/100433-mr-joness-neighborhood-oregon-indie-publishers Hosted by: Ken JonesProduced by: KBOOProgram: Mr. Jones’s NeighborhoodAir date: Fri, 01/22/2021 – 11:00am to 12:00pm On today’s show we celebrate our local independent
Translated by author Coleman Stevenson Bibliomancy is divination by means of a book, opened at random or by intuitive impulse to a page or specific passage without reading beforehand, which is then interpreted in the context of the question asked. For this interview, questions were posed to the pages of
ENDA’s BOOKTIQUE is an independent bookstore for women, about women, started by a woman. This family-owned booktique is a cornerstone for education, literacy and community engagement. Enda’s Booktique is so active they even have a STEM program, coined the phrase “Shelf Motivation,” run a book club, and exhibit community activists.
By Marc Winters, whose work has appeared in iD, The Offing, Caucus, and Filmrag. I met Mark at the famous big bookstore in downtown Portland, OR. He’s worked there for over a decade, doing almost everything as far as I can tell: shelving books, selling them, hosting author events, reading
Coleman Stevenson is an illustrator, writer and tarot practitioner based in Portland, OR. She is the artist behind the Dark Exact Tarot Deck and the author of Breakfast: 43 Poems (Reprobate/GobQ Books, 2015) and The Accidental Rarefication of Pattern #5609 (bedouin books, 2012). Her poems have appeared in a variety of publications such as Paper Darts,
Sarah is a writer, folklorist, and filmmaker. Her short documentary film on the multiracial identity, “What Are You?,” was aired on Oregon Public Broadcast in 2015. She has presented her research at national academic conferences, and is currently working on a middle grade fantasy series based on Indonesian folklore. She