With December quickly approaching and a new fall title arriving each week, what better moment to share some of what's new at OSU Press.
Robert Michael Pyle, who stopped by Corvallis last month for a wonderful event to launch his new collection of writings from Orion, The Tangled Bank, has been visiting bookstores and nature centers throughout Oregon and Washington. Don't miss his stop in your town—check our calendar for upcoming events.
We're celebrating the publication of the new biography of Oregon governor Bob Straub, Standing at the Water's Edge, with author Charles Johnson. Portlanders who missed his appearance at the Oregon Historical Society with Brent Walth can catch him at OHS's Holiday Cheer this Sunday.
An inspiring hiking book from Bob and Martha Manning, Walking Distance: Extraordinary Hikes for Ordinary People, will make its way to bookstore shelves in early December. The Mannings have spent the last decade walking the world's great long-distance trails, and this book features some of their favorite walks. Stunning photographs, travel tips, and firsthand stories from the trail make this a perfect gift for your favorite traveller or armchair adventurer.
Watch our blog next week for an excerpt from Indian School on Magnolia Avenue, our newest First Peoples: New Directions in Indigenous Studies title.
We're thrilled to release a new edition Robin Cody's classic book, Voyage of a Summer Sun.
Aurora, Daughter of the Dawn is a historical novel for readers of all ages based on the life of Aurora Keil, whose father founded one of Oregon's most successful utopian societies.
Elizabeth and Bill Orr's Oregon Geology, sixth edition, is an updated and comprehensive treatment of the state's geology.
The writings collected in The Columbia River Treaty Revisited explain and explore the future of the treaty between Canada and the U.S., which governs the Columbia River.
Interested in more insightful, inspiring, informative books? We invite you to explore all of our new titles.