The Stories We Tell
An Anthology of Oregon Folk Literature
Edited by Suzi Jones & Jarold Ramsey
Traditional stories, songs, tales and sayings - from Native American creation myths to counting out rhymes - reveal the richness of Oregon's oral traditions. Ideal for reading aloud and engaging students at all levels.
From Here We Speak
An Anthology of Oregon Poetry
Edited by Ingrid Wendt & Primus St. John
Historical anthology opens with Native American texts and concludes with a broad sampling of Oregon's finest contemporary poets.
The World Begins Here
An Anthology of Oregon Short Stories
Edited by Glen A. Love
Range of 33 Oregon stories from Nez Perce tale to contemporaries such as Walt Morey's "Timber Top," Beverly Cleary's "Owl Trouble," and Craig Lesley's "Mint".
Varieties of Hope
An Anthology of Oregon Prose
Edited by Gordon B. Dodds
Speeches, essays, and works of biography, history, and journalism profile the Oregon experience. Selections include Chief Joseph, Ursula Le Guin, Barry Lopez, Jesse Applegate, Abigail Scott Duniway, Wayne Morse, Kim Stafford and 50 others.
An Anthology of Oregon Autobiography
Edited by Stephen Dow Beckham
Forty Oregonians from the prominent to the plain tell their own stories - Amanda Johnson, who came to Oregon as a slave; Bethenia Owens-Adair, one of Oregon's first female doctors; and Angus Bowmer, who founded the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Talking on Paper
An Anthology of Oregon Letters and Diaries
Edited by Shannon Applegate & Terence O’Donnell
Everyday Oregonians reveal a personal side of Oregon history, filled with concrete details of ordinary life.