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Inside Powell's City of Books

Powell's City of Books (Portland)

1005 W Burnside
Portland, OR 97209

United States

(800)-878-7323; helppowells.com

Type: Bookstore — new books, used books

Web site: http://www.powells.com/

Events: http://www.powells.com/calendar.html (updated February 2009)

Twitter account: @Powells

Amenities: wifi, food/drink

Description:
***Please note: This page is open to event postings from third parties not associated with Powell's Books and due to this, may occasionally contain errors. To ensure that you are viewing accurate, up to date information, please visit our events calendar on Powells.com.***

Powell's City of Books is a book lover's paradise, the largest used and new bookstore in the world. Located in downtown Portland, Oregon, and occupying an entire city block, the City stocks more than a million new and used books. Nine color coded rooms house over 3,500 different sections, offering something for every interest, including an incredible selection of out-of-print and hard-to-find titles.

Each month, the Basil Hallward Gallery (located upstairs in the Pearl Room) hosts a new art exhibit, as well as dozens of author events featuring acclaimed writers, artists, and thinkers such as Roddy Doyle, Joyce Carol Oates, Michael Chabon, Annie Leibovitz, and President Jimmy Carter.

The City's Rare Book Room gathers autographed first editions and other collectible volumes for readers in search of a one-of-a-kind treasure.

And the City's newest addition (October 2010) is Powell's Books Bldg. 2, a relocation of Powell's Technical Books, brings mathematics, sciences, computing, engineering, construction, and transportation sections closer to visitors at the flagship store. Bldg. 2 is located across the street from the City of Books on the corner of NW 10th and Couch.

Every day at our buyers' counter in the Orange Room we purchase thousands of used books from the public. Powell's purchases special collections, libraries, and bookstore inventories as well.

More information on Powell's City of Books.

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Comment wall

This place really is the best bookstore in the world. I visited Seattle and rented a car and drove to Portland for a day just so I could go to Powell's. Great experience.
July 2013 by galacticus
Recently returned from an inspiring family trip to Portland. Great city, great bookstore.
November 2010 by StunnedTuna
Powell's events are now automatically added to LibraryThing. See http://www.librarything.com/topic/816...
January 2010 by timspalding
This is simply the best bookstore in the world.
December 2009 by MollyMac
I visited Portland once and fell in love with Powells; the ultimate second hand book buyers fantasy.

It's a bit of a trek from the UK but I would love to go back. More bookshops should be this big and this great.
January 2009 by withwill
I am lucky enough to live in Portland, it only takes 10 minutes to get to this store. It's still not close enough. One of my great fantasies is Powells adding a few stories of condos above the Burnside store. Or you know, annexing another city block and putting the condos there. Of course, this fantasy includes a job at Powells. They could just keep my paycheck, for the rent and all the books I'd be getting. I could probably go on... and on and on and on...

I don't think you can really get it until you've been in a bookstore with more than a million books. It messes with your head.
August 2008 by SinikkaTuuli
The Mecca of books. Someday I will go to Portland and see the sights, but all my life I've only gone to do a specific event and then to go spend a day at Powells.
March 2008 by morfydd

Upcoming events

Jul
22
Emma Campion (Tuesday, July 22 at 7:30pm)
Emma Campion (The king's mistress, A Triple Knot)

Emma Campion is the author of The king's mistress and did her graduate work in medieval and Anglo-Saxon literature. She lives in Seattle. Visit her at www.emmacampion.com. (added from Random House)
Jul
23
Erika Johansen will be promoting The Queen of the Tearling (Wednesday, July 23 at 7:30pm)
Erika Johansen will be promoting The Queen of the Tearling (added from HarperCollins)
Jul
24
High As The Horses' Bridles (Thursday, July 24 at 7:30pm)
Meet Scott Cheshire, author of High as the Horses' Bridles

Reading and Signing (added from Macmillan)
Jul
31
Deborah Harkness (Thursday, July 31 at unknown time)
Deborah Harkness, The Book of Life

author event.

www.powells.com (added from Penguin)
Aug
5
Amy Bloom (Tuesday, August 5 at 00am)
Amy Bloom (Persuasion, A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You, away, Love invents us, Normal, Lucky us, Where the God of Love Hangs Out, The Wings of the Dove, Between Here and Here (short story))

Amy Bloom is the author of the bestselling and acclaimed away; Come to Me, a National Book Award finalist; A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You, nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Love invents us; and Normal. Her stories have appeared in The Best American Short Stories, O. Henry Prize Short Stories, The Scribner Anthology of Contemporary Short Fiction, and many other anthologies here and abroad. She has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, Vogue, Granta, and Slate, among other publications, and has won a National Magazine Award. Bloom teaches creative writing at Yale University. (added from Random House)… (more)
Aug
5
Amy Bloom (Tuesday, August 5 at 7:30pm)
Amy Bloom (Persuasion, A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You, away, Love invents us, Normal, Lucky us, Where the God of Love Hangs Out, The Wings of the Dove, Between Here and Here (short story))

Amy Bloom is the author of the bestselling and acclaimed away; Come to Me, a National Book Award finalist; A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You, nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Love invents us; and Normal. Her stories have appeared in The Best American Short Stories, O. Henry Prize Short Stories, The Scribner Anthology of Contemporary Short Fiction, and many other anthologies here and abroad. She has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, Vogue, Granta, and Slate, among other publications, and has won a National Magazine Award. Bloom teaches creative writing at Yale University. (added from Random House)… (more)
Aug
8
Chris Leslie-Hynan will be promoting Ride Around Shining (Friday, August 8 at 7:30pm)
Chris Leslie-Hynan will be promoting Ride Around Shining (added from HarperCollins)
Aug
12
Friendship (Tuesday, August 12 at 7:30pm)
Meet Emily Gould as she reads from her new novel Friendship. (added from Macmillan)
Aug
13
Edan Lepucki (Wednesday, August 13 at 7:30pm)
The world Cal and Frida have always known is gone, and they've left the crumbling city of Los Angeles far behind them. They now live in a shack in the wilderness, working side by side to make their days tolerable in the face of hardship and isolation. Mourning a past they can't reclaim, they seek solace in each other. But the tentative existence they've built for themselves is thrown into doubt when Frida finds out she's pregnant. Terrified of the unknown and unsure of their ability to raise a child alone, Cal and Frida set out for the nearest settlement, a guarded and paranoid community with dark secrets. These people can offer them security, but Cal and Frida soon realize this community poses dangers of its own. In this unfamiliar world, where everything and everyone can be perceived as a threat, the couple must quickly decide whom to trust. A gripping and provocative debut novel by a stunning new talent, Edan Lepucki's California (Little, Brown and Company) imagines a frighteningly realistic near future, in which clashes between mankind's dark nature and deep-seated resilience force us to question how far we will go to protect the ones we love. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)… (more)
Aug
14
Malcolm Brooks in Conversation with Smith Henderson (Thursday, August 14 at 7:30pm)
In the mid-1950s, America was flush with prosperity and saw an unbroken line of progress clear to the horizon, while the West was still very much wild. Painted Horses (Grove Press), Malcolm Brooks's ambitious, incandescent debut, animates that time and untamed landscape in a tale of the modern and the ancient, of love and fate, and of heritage threatened by progress. Catherine Lemay is a young archaeologist on her way to Montana. Working ahead of a major dam project, she has one summer to prove nothing of historical value will be lost in the flood. From the moment she arrives, nothing is familiar — the vastness of the canyon itself mocks the contained, artifact-rich digs in post-Blitz London where she cut her teeth. Painted Horses sends a dauntless young woman on a heroic quest, sings a love song to the horseman's vanishing way of life, and reminds us that love and ambition, tradition and the future, often make strange bedfellows. Brooks will be joined in conversation by Smith Henderson, author of Fourth of July Creek. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)… (more)
Aug
16
Kids' Storytime (Saturday, August 16 at 11am)
Join us every Saturday for kids' storytime. Today we're reading Rupert Can Dance by Jules Feiffer. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)
Aug
18
Chelsea Cain (Monday, August 18 at 7:30pm)
Chelsea Cain is the author of the New York Times bestselling Archie Sheridan/Gretchen Lowell thrillers Heartsick, Sweetheart, Evil at Heart, The Night Season, Kill You Twice, and Let Me Go. Her Portland-based thrillers have been published in twenty-four languages, recommended on the TODAY show, appeared in episodes of HBO’s True Blood and ABC’s Castle, been named among Stephen King’s top ten favorite books of the year, and included in NPR’s list of the top 100 thrillers ever written. According to Booklist, “Popular entertainment just doesn’t get much better than this.” (added from Simon & Schuster)… (more)
Aug
19
William Deresiewicz (Tuesday, August 19 at 7:30pm)
As a professor at Yale, William Deresiewicz saw something that troubled him deeply. His students, some of the nation's brightest minds, were adrift when it came to the big questions: How do you think critically and creatively? How do you find a sense of purpose? Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life (Free Press) takes a sharp look at the high-pressure conveyor belt that begins with parents and counselors who demand perfect grades and culminates in the skewed applications Deresiewicz saw firsthand as a member of Yale's admissions committee. Deresiewicz explains how college should be a time for self-discovery, when students can establish their own values and measures of success, so they can forge their own path. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)… (more)
Aug
20
Kids' Storytime (Wednesday, August 20 at 3pm)
Join us every Wednesday during the summer months for a special midweek kids' storytime. Today we're reading A New Friend for Marmalade by Alison Reynolds. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)
Aug
20
Daniel J. Levitin (Wednesday, August 20 at 7:30pm)
Daniel J. Levitin, The Organized Mind

author event. bookstore.

www.powells.com (added from Penguin)
Aug
21
Carl Adamshick (Thursday, August 21 at 7:30pm)
Carl Adamshick's Saint Friend (McSweeney's) is that rare book that speaks in the voice of a generation. The voice comes from an acclaimed young poet who, after working years in obscurity, was feted with the prestigious Walt Whitman Award for his first collection, Curses and Wishes. This, his second book, is a freewheeling explosion of celebrations, elegies, narratives, psychologically raw persona pieces (one in the voice of Amelia Earhart), and a handful of punchy lyric poems with a desperate humor. Saint Friend is, as the title suggests, a book exalting love among friends in our scattered times. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)… (more)
Aug
23
Kids' Storytime (Saturday, August 23 at 11am)
Join us every Saturday for kids' storytime. Today we're reading McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss. Following this storytime, there will be a fun fishing game with prizes available! http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)
Aug
25
Sex from Scratch: Making Your Own Relationship Rules (Monday, August 25 at 7:30pm)
With nearly half of marriages ending in divorce, a growing percentage of women over age 40 choosing not to have children, and more than three percent of the population identifying as LGBT, modern life is clearly in need of some new relationship advice. Sarah Mirk's Sex from Scratch: Making Your Own Relationship Rules (Microcosm) analyzes the facets of contemporary relationships through the struggles, opinions, and experiences of a diverse group of individuals living in nontraditional relationships. Rather than telling readers how to snag a partner and find "true love," it gleans real-life knowledge from people of all sexualities and genders and distills their hard-earned wisdom. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)… (more)
Aug
26
Paul Collins (Tuesday, August 26 at 7:30pm)
Today the name Edgar Allan Poe invokes a tragic genius whose mastery of horror seems inexorably tied to his tormented life. But in his own time, Poe was above all a craftsman — an editor and reviewer desperately trying to earn a living by transmuting the wild ephemera of early Victorianism into innovations in science fiction, horror, and detective literature. Indeed, the crime thriller would not exist without Poe's sleuth Dupin, the deductive genius of "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" and "The Purloined Letter." With brilliant scholarship and storytelling verve, Paul Collins, author of Duel with the Devil and The Murder of the Century, delves into Poe's life and his professional world, from his stormy relationship with his rich adoptive father and interest in cryptograms to hits such as "The Raven" and flops like "Eureka," his late-career crank literature outing. Edgar Allan Poe: The Fever Called Living (New Harvest) is an informative and entertaining account of one of the most singular talents in American letters. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)… (more)
Aug
27
Kids' Storytime (Wednesday, August 27 at 3pm)
Join us every Wednesday during the summer months for a special midweek kids' storytime. Today we're reading The Very Cranky Bear by Nick Bland. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)
Aug
28
American Panic: A History of Who Scares Us and Why (Thursday, August 28 at 7:30pm)
In American Panic: A History of Who Scares Us and Why (Palgrave Macmillan), Mark Stein, author of How the States Got Their Shapes, traces the history and consequences of American political panics through the years. Virtually every American, on one level or another, falls victim to the hype, intensity, and propaganda that accompany political panic, regardless of their own personal affiliations. By highlighting the similarities between American political panics from the Salem witch hunt to present-day vehemence over issues such as Latino immigration, gay marriage, and the construction of mosques, Stein closely examines just what it is that causes us as a nation to overreact in the face of widespread and potentially profound change. Striking similarities in these diverse episodes are revealed in primary documents Stein has unearthed, in which statements from the past could easily be mistaken for statements today. As these similarities come to light, Stein reveals why some people become panicked over particular issues when others do not. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)… (more)
Aug
30
Kids' Storytime (Saturday, August 30 at 11am)
Join us every Saturday for kids' storytime. Today we're reading Peanut Butter and Cupcake by Terry Border. http://www.powells.com/events?utm_source=google&utm_medium=calendar&utm_... (added from Powell's)
Sep
8
John Moe (Monday, September 8 at 00am)
John Moe (Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth)

John Moe is the host of American Public Media's nationally syndicated public radio show “Wits.” He is also the author of “Pop Song Correspondences,” a column on McSweeneys.net. He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. (added from Random House)
Sep
17
Charles Burns (Wednesday, September 17 at 7:30pm)
Charles Burns (Black Hole, X'ed Out, The Hive, Sugar Skull)

Charles Burns grew up in Seattle in the 1970s. His work rose to prominence in Art Spiegelman's Raw magazine in the mid-1980s and took off from there, in an extraordinary range of comics and projects, from Iggy Pop album covers to the latest ad campaign for Altoids. In 1992 he designed the sets for Mark Morris's restaging of The Nutcracker (renamed The Hard Nut) at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. He illustrated covers for Time, The New Yorker, and The New York Times Magazine. He was also tapped as the official cover artist for The Believer magazine at its inception in 2003. Black Hole received Eisner, Harvey, and Ignatz awards in 2005. Burns lives in Philadelphia with his wife and two daughters. (added from Random House)… (more)
Sep
18
Laila Lalami (Thursday, September 18 at 7:30pm)
Laila Lalami (The Moor's Account)

Laila Lalami was born and raised in Morocco. She is the author of the short story collection Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits, which was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award, and the novel Secret Son, which was on the Orange Prize long list. Her essays and opinion pieces have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Nation, The Guardian, and The New York Times, and in many anthologies. She is the recipient of a British Council Fellowship and is an associate professor of creative writing at the University of California at Riverside. She lives in Los Angeles. (added from Random House)… (more)

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