Q&A with Griffis Publishing Intern Natalie Brown

June 12th, 2023 posted by Marty Brown

Tell us a little about yourself and why you wanted to be an intern with OSU Press

I’m Natalie, and I am a recent graduate from OSU with a BA in English and a Minor in Earth Sciences!

Joan Griffis in 2015 with Larry Landis, author of A School for the People: A Photographic History of Oregon State University

Remembering Joan Griffis, 1938-2022

February 1st, 2023 posted by Marty Brown

We are saddened by the news that Joan Elizabeth Griffis, a loyal OSU Libraries and Press benefactor, died last month at age 84. A lifelong champion of libraries and learning, Joan was a founding member of the Library Advisory Council and created an endowed internship at OSU Press to introduce students to scholarly book publishing.


2022 Holiday Sale

November 10th, 2022 posted by Marty Brown

Enjoy 30% off and free shipping on these selected titles when you order directly through the OSU Press website. Enter the promotion code 22HOLIDAY at checkout.

Please note that books are not available for local pickup. This 30% promotional discount is valid only on the titles listed below. Offer expires 12/31/2022.

Q&A with Griffis Intern Sierra Sherland

July 28th, 2022 posted by Marty Brown

As our 2021-2022 Griffis Intern heads out the door, we asked her a few questions about her experience at OSU Press. For our part, our experience with Sierra was delightful. We will miss her keen intelligence and wicked sense of humor. We wish her all the best as she continues her studies at OSU, and we look forward to welcoming a new intern in the fall.

Tell us a little about yourself and why you wanted to be an intern with OSU Press

I’m Sierra and I’m a senior at Oregon State University majoring in English!

Beyond the Rebel Girl book cover

Books for May Day

April 29th, 2022 posted by Marty Brown

May Day, otherwise known as Workers’ Day or International Workers’ Day, serves to commemorate the achievements of labor movements. May 1st is not a designated holiday in the United States, but an American event inspired international recognition of May Day. On May 1, 1886, Chicago labor activists organized a strike and protest to demand an 8-hour work day – something we take for granted now but wasn’t widely accepted until the 1930s after decades of activism.

Art by Bob Haverluck

Beyond Earth Day

April 21st, 2022 posted by Marty Brown

You don’t have to be a superhero to be an effective defender of the planet. In Take Heart: Encouragement for Earth’s Weary Lovers, the inimitable Kathleen Dean Moore has penned a series of essays to nourish and inspire the environmental activist in each of us. This is not a gloom-and-doom accounting of disasters yet to come, but a collection of hopeful reflections with practical advice on how to better care for ourselves, and in so doing, care for our earthly home.

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