Portland Book Review has slowly continued to grow over the last few years, and we finally outgrew our office downtown. As such, we’ve relocated to a new, and roomier home. Our new shipping address is as follows:
Portland Book Review
465 NE 181st Ave #266
Portland, OR 97230
Packages will be forwarded to the new address for the next few months, but please do update your files.
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Whitney Smyth received a Master’s in Book Publishing and Technical Writing at Portland State University, following a Bachelor’s in English at the University of Arizona. She took over ownership of Portland Book Review in December of 2014. She also works as a freelance editor and can be commissioned at Smyth Editorial Services and spends what little free time she has on her own writing. Coming from a family of readers she devours an average of one hundred books a year, in a variety of genres. Her favorite authors are far too numerous to list, but include Alexandre Dumas, Mary Shelley, Jim Butcher, and John Green.
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