Live Music at Old Capitol Books: ESTOY SUERTE, JCHICA & BATHWATER

Saturday July 18th @ Old Capitol Books there will be an experimental music showcase in their back alley. The show will begin with a solo set by ESTOY SUERTE followed by a group set with groupmates JCHICA & BATHWATER. They will be focusing on synthesized, programmed, and sample based approaches to collective spontaneous composition.

Show starts at 7pm and is free and open to all ages.

Theory & Philosophy Reading Group XII: George Jackson

Thursday 23 July 2015, 6-7pm: Our most recent reading group was a huge success and we’re super excited to continue our readings highlighting theorists, thinkers, and philosophers who have been imprisoned. These reading groups have been chosen in solidarity with statewide actions against solitary confinement.

For our twelfth reading group, we’ll be reading excerpts from George Jackson’s “Soledad Brother” – a compilation of letters written to his friends, comrades, and supporters.
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VEILS OF SEPARATION: Finding the Face of Oneness

veilsSATURDAY, JULY 25.  2PM – 4PM.  Sit with Rabia Erduman and participate in her fabulously vibrant expressions and explanations related to personal growth and spirituality.  Rabia has translated her inner journeys of transformation into a magical fable of her (“Babla’s”) adventures in the Forest of Life.  She blends elements of her own psyche with universal wisdom to remind us of the many possibilities of inner healing.    “Veils of Separation” is an adventure story of the heart. Continue reading VEILS OF SEPARATION: Finding the Face of Oneness


J.P. Dancing Bear & Simon HuntSunday, June 14, 2:00 p.m.  $5.00 Admission

J. P. Dancing Bear is editor for the American Poetry Journal and Dream Horse Press. Bear also hosts the weekly hour-long poetry show, Out of Our Minds, on public station, KKUP and available as podcasts.  He is the author of thirteen collections of poetry, most recently Cephalopodic (Glass Lyre, 2015) and Love is a Burning Building(FutureCycle Press, 2014). His work has appeared or will shortly in American Literary ReviewCrazyhorse, the Cimmaron Review and elsewhere.   
Simon Hunt was born in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and raised in England and the United States.  He co-edited Renaissance Culture and the Everyday (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999) and contributed an essay to that volume.  His poems have appeared in Light Quarterly, The Raintown Review, The Seventh Quarry, The Sewanee Review, and other journals—as well as in the online publications 14 X 14 and The Chimaera.  Forthcoming poems will appear in Measure and The Sewanee ReviewHe teaches English at Santa Catalina School in Monterey, California, where he lives with his wife and two children.  He is a member of the Board of the Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation, where he has served as a volunteer docent for more than a decade.

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