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Chance of Sun

Chance of Sun

An Oregon Memoir By Kim Cooper Findling In her debut as an author, Kim Cooper Findling’s Chance of Sun: An Oregon Memoir, unfolds the story of an Oregon girl coming of age in the 1970s and 80s, navigating her way through pick-up trucks, dive bars, h...
Citadel of the Spirit

Citadel of the Spirit

Oregon's Sesquincentennial Anthology Edited by Matt Love SOLD OUT Citadel of the Spirit  merges past and present Oregon voices to create what Love calls the “literary equivalent of a mix tape,” rather than a traditional greatest hits anthology. "I w...
Gimme Refuge

Gimme Refuge

The Education of a Caretaker SOLD OUT Frustrated with life, teaching, and the inability to become a writer, Matt Love escaped Portland in 1997 at 33 years of age and moved to the Oregon Coast. A year later he became caretaker of the 600-acre Nestucca...
McCallandia

McCallandia

eBook Only A couple of years ago I asked the question: what if iconic Oregon Governor Tom McCall had become president of the United States instead of Ronald Reagan. I don’t have to wonder any longer, and you don’t either. That’s becau...
Old Nehalem Road

Old Nehalem Road

Poems by Travis Champ In the hearty tradition of Gary Snyder, Phillip Whalen and Walt Curtis, Nestucca Spit Press is proud to present Manzanita’s Travis Champ, and the release of his collection of poems, Old Nehalem Road. Featuring thirty poems, a...
Salt

Salt

A Collection of Poetry on the Oregon Coast Edited by Amanda Deutch Salt's 32 poets' contributions reflect the special nature of Oregon's beaches and the range of influence the state's coastal landscape has exerted on American poetry over many...
The Great Birthright

The Great Birthright

An Oregon Novel Nestucca Spit Press announces the release of The Great Birthright: An Oregon Novel , by Matt Love. In his fiction debut, Love bends and twists the detective novel genre with hilarious, unexpected and political results. The premise:...
The Teaching Maxims of Karl Love

The Teaching Maxims of Karl Love

SOLD OUT My father, Karl Love, taught masterfully for 35 years in public and private schools in Oregon and Brazil. He retired from the classroom in 1991 but it was my good fortune to teach alongside Dad at Oregon City High School during his last job....