Mitchell S. Jackson

author, “Survival Math: Notes On An All-American Family”

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Portland, Oregon may be the city that wants to keep itself weird, with a pilates studio or artisanal food truck on every other corner.

Hustlers, drugs, prison: From a tough Portland childhood to an award-winning writing career

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