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The Man Who Would Sell Detroit
by Todd Schwartz ’75
Sandy Baruah ’88 brings experience from the Bushes’ Washington and a spirit from Oregon to the task of leading a business renaissance in down-on-its-luck Detroit.
DANIEL LIPPITT

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Books to Write
by Kimber Williams, MS ’95
A novel with Oregon roots propels Gayle Forman ’95 to the top of young adult fiction bestseller lists.
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The Friday’s Trilogy
by Kim Cooper Findling ’93
In the winning essay of the 2011 Oregon Quarterly Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest, a young woman finds the dark side underneath the bright lights of Oregon’s big city.
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