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Carye Bye is the local museum expert in Portland, Oregon. She loves her adopted hometown of Portland. (She's originally from Minnesota!) and when she's not exploring her favorite city by bicycle or foot, leading bicycle tours, or curating her Bathtub Art Museum, she makes a living printing original woodcut and letterpress prints in her very own garage-studio "The Bat Cave" under the name Red Bat Press. She also enjoys bike-camping, clipping articles out of the paper, drinking tea, and borrowing the neighbors' cats.


This month the Oregonian reviewed Hidden Portland: Museums in the Sunday Book section. Here's the link: http://www.oregonlive.com/books/index...
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Notes from a Blue Bike by Tsh Oxenreider
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A great memoirish book about learning to live life slower, and intentionally choosing to say no to all the american clutter one can easily find themselves in. I loved the layout of this book, chapters on awakening, food, travel, work, entertainment, ...more
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Organized Simplicity by Tsh Oxenreider
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I read about Tsh in the local Oregonian, because she moved to Bend with her family. I enjoy the occasional de-clutter/simplfying your life books so got two of hers out of the local library. This one and her later book Notes from the Blue Bike.

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My Own Two Feet by Beverly Cleary
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Part II of Beverly Cleary's memoir/autobiography continues on with mostly her time in California in school, her first job, getting married, working during the war, some talk about family but not much, and the publishing of her first book. Again, Clea ...more
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Before this book came out I had been exposed to it in incubation: I had read short stories (in chap book form) or heard short sections read out-loud at readings as Justin was working on it. It's a beautifully designed book, and short diverse-style ch ...more
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"Read My Life in Middlemarch and you’ll want to read Eliot’s Middlemarch . Read Reading Lolita in Tehran and you’ll want to read Lolita . Read The Great Floodgates of the WonderWorld and you’ll want to read Moby-Dick . I love when books enc..." Read more of this review »
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This was a book we read for the Hidden Portland book. It's a collection of 16 new short stories by local or localish authors who were asked to write on the theme of Noir. There are other Noir cities in the collection, but Portland has a great underbe ...more
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Marvelous book! I never grew up reading Cleary's childrens novels...but plan to as an adult after reading part I of Ms. Cleary's autobiography. I read this being interested in Oregon and Portland and growing up here. I loved Beverly's voice and tale ...more
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