Interview with Ruby McConnell, author of Ground Truth: A Geological Survey of a Life

Originally posted in Eugene Weekly. By Chandlor Henderson Breitenbush Hot Springs, for the most part, has survived the recent Oregon fires, and a book about the area will hopefully help a small rural library survive the coronavirus pandemic.  The Fern Ridge Library Foundation has hosted a literary event and fundraiser since 2012. This year, because … Continue reading Interview with Ruby McConnell, author of Ground Truth: A Geological Survey of a Life

Diaspora Project ~ Neil

By Chandlor Henderson This series started as a photography project a few terms ago. I wrote up some questions and distributed them to a few people I thought might be interested. The area I live in is predominately white, and has been known for generations to have a lot of white nationalists in the community. … Continue reading Diaspora Project ~ Neil

Diaspora Project ~ Diego

The Diaspora Project started as my final for a photography class a few terms ago. The original idea was to reach out to members of the black community in Eugene and ask each of them the same 5 questions, take their picture, and share the results. After discussing this idea with my classmates and friends, … Continue reading Diaspora Project ~ Diego