JUNE 2019. Wildsam explores the Rose City alongside a few of our favorite Portland writers, chefs, artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and change makers. Rain or shine, we love the Oregon epicenter of creative thought.
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P O R T L A N D
THESE BEAUTIFUL LITTLE BOOKS READ MORE LIKE A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES, SO YOU CAN FEEL A CITY’S MAGIC BEFORE YOU GET THERE.
- OUTSIDE MAGAZINE, 2019
LOCAL STORIES, TRAVEL INTEL AND MODERN LORE, INCLUDING:
Illustrated maps of the city's bookshops, bridges, donut dens and Thai food
Our bests list of coffee, boutique hotels and mementos
Interviews with a James Beard-winning chef, master furniture maker, ground-breaking politico, celebrated author, drag performer, organ player and more
Expert picks on wineries in the Willamette Valley
An essay from Decemberists frontman Colin Meloy
Archival excerpts about The Simpsons, Prefontaine, Vanport, Bigfoot, Ursula Le Guin, the Portland Mavericks and more
The Wildsam picks for best bike shop, vinyl trove, hardware store, guitar shop, live music venue, berry farm, old-school arcade, ramen spot, charcuterie, noodle house, hiker’s saloon, pizzeria and more
Portland-based artist Jillian Barthold brought a wonderful, whimsical touch to PDX field guide illustrations. She’s worked previously with Airbnb, Scout Books, Travel Portland and the Portland Art Museum. Follow her on IG @jillian.barthold.
MITCHELL S. JACKSON
Wildsam interviewed the TED Fellow and Whiting Award recipient for the PDX guide. His 2019 memoir, Survival Math, traces his childhood and family history in Portland, and has received widespread and rave reviews. The New York Times called it a “model of autobiographical writing.”
STORIES - AUSTIN