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Loggernaut Reading Series is a reading series in Portland, Oregon founded in 2005.[1][2][3][4] Each reading features three readers and a prompt to which they respond.[5][6] It is currently curated by Jesse Lichtenstein, Erin Ergenbright, and Pauls Toutonghi.

Past readers include Charles D'Ambrosio, Laila Lalami, Peter Rock, Justin Tussing, Tom Spanbauer, Tom Bissell, Carrie Brownstein, Paul Collins, Daniel Mason, Joshua Beckman, Joyelle McSweeney, and Jonathan Raymond.

The series also publishes an online literary magazine with the same name. Its in-depth interviews with authors in various genres have included Paula Fox, Sam Lipsyte, Alice Notley, Jonathan Raban, David Means, Karen Tei Yamashita, James Longenbach, David Shields, Kimiko Hahn, and Pankaj Mishra.

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  1. ^ Karla Starr (2006-08-23). "Jonathan Raymond on Old Joy and scrubbing toilets". Willamette Week. Retrieved 2007-05-19. 
  2. ^ J. David Santen (2006-06-09). "Writers Turn Up the Heat to an Evening of Readings at the Loggernaut". The Oregonian. p. D02. 
  3. ^ J. David Santen (2006-08-25). "Animal Tales with Impact Dominate Loggernaut". The Oregonian. p. D02. 
  4. ^ J. David Santen (2006-04-16). "Urban Scrawl". The Oregonian. p. O08. 
  5. ^ Sean Patrick Hill (2008-10-30). "LIVE REVIEW: Loggernaut, the Scary edition". Willamette Week. Retrieved 2008-10-30. 
  6. ^ Kristi Turnquist (2007-09-07). "Literary Arts: Fun Facts and Tips". The Oregonian. Retrieved 2007-12-02. 

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