OQ Bookmarks

Bookmarks is a collection of new titles by University of Oregon faculty, staff, and alumni authors. We encourage you to submit your book. We also highlight a sampling of titles in our print edition. Listings are published at the discretion of the OQ editors.


The Midnight Show: bohemians, byways & bonfires
September 6, 2022

The Midnight Show: bohemians, byways & bonfires

By Camille Cole, BS '78 (general social science)

Still Hungry: Tales From the Shadows
August 30, 2022

Still Hungry: Tales From the Shadows

By Bob Reiss, MFA '76 (creative writing)

McKenzie Rising: An American Frolic
August 30, 2022

McKenzie Rising: An American Frolic

By Miles Wilson, MFA '68 (creative writing)

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe: Its Culture and People (Second Edition)
August 26, 2022

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe: Its Culture and People (Second Edition)

Edited by Brian Klopotek (Choctaw descent), John Barbry (Tunica-Biloxi Tribe), Donna M. Pierite (Tunica descent), and Elisabeth Pierite-Mora (Tunica-Biloxi Tribe). Klopotek is associate professor of Indigenous, race, and ethnic studies.

Anakú Iwachá: Yakama Legends and Stories
August 26, 2022

Anakú Iwachá: Yakama Legends and Stories

Coedited by Tuxámshish Virginia Beavert, PhD ’12 (linguistics), Professor Michelle Jacob, and Joana Jansen, MA ’04, PhD ’10 (linguistics), Northwest Indian Language Institute. Tuxámshish is a member of the Yakama Nation and Distinguished Elder Educator in the Sapsik'ʷałá Program in the College of Education.

The Auntie Way: Stories Celebrating Kindness, Fierceness, and Creativity
August 26, 2022

The Auntie Way: Stories Celebrating Kindness, Fierceness, and Creativity

By Michelle Jacob, a member of the Yakama Nation and professor of Indigenous studies

Bloody Woman
August 26, 2022

Bloody Woman

By Lana Lopesi, a Sāmoan and assistant professor of Pacific Islander studies

Stoking the Fire: Nationhood in Cherokee Writing, 1907–1970
August 26, 2022

Stoking the Fire: Nationhood in Cherokee Writing, 1907–1970

By Kirby Brown, a citizen of Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and associate professor of Native American literatures

The Foragers Guide to Wild Foods, Edible Plants, Lichens, Mushrooms, and Seaweeds

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