Old Capitol Books will be closed on Christmas Day, but will be open on Christmas Eve until 4pm. Come get last minute gifts or take a break from the bustling outside world in our calm and beautiful bookstore. 🙂
Also, we’ll be open New Years Eve, 10am-9pm
And New Year’s Day from 10am-6pm
Sunday 22 January 2017, 2pm: Realignment therapist and author, Diane Whitacre, will be visiting Old Capitol Books to discuss her research and her work on structural anatomy, the coming together of proper alignment and good health. Continue reading Realignment Therapist, Diane Whitacre, discusses Prevention Medicine and new book
For the first installment of our “Featured Books” section, I’ve decided to highlight Konx Om Pax: Essays in Light by Aleister Crowley, called the “most evil man who ever lived.” Continue reading Aleister Crowley’s “Konx Om Pax” (Featured Books #1)
Sunday 11 December 2016, 2pm: The Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium is presenting their curated readings each month at Old Capitol Books. This December, huddle around the warmth of beautiful verse with readings from Jennifer Lagier and Dane Cervine. Continue reading Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium Presents Jennifer Lagier and Dane Cervine
Friday 9 December 2016, 7pm: Old Capitol Books and Direct Action Monterey Network are hosting the twenty-third Theory and Philosophy Reading Group. In this month’s reading group, we’ll be exploring one of the most famous philosophical debates of the twentieth-century: the debate between Michel Foucault and Noam Chomsky. Continue reading Chomsky and Foucault on Human Nature (Theory & Philosophy Reading Group XXIII)
The Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium Presents: Robert Nielsen & Marina Romani
Sunday, November 13, 2:00 p.m.
Old Capitol Books, 559 Tyler Street, Monterey (between Pearl and Munras) Continue reading Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium Presents Robert Nielsen & Marina Romani
Friday 11 November 2016, 7pm: Instead of our normal reading group, this month the Theory and Philosophy Reading Group will be showing a Sundance Official Selection film Concerning Violence (2014).
We will also be talking about anti-racist and anti-colonial struggles! As part of this, we’re going to be taking donations at the door to send off to Standing Rock! $5 suggested donation. NOTAFLOF Continue reading Theory & Philosophy Reading Group XXII: Frantz Fanon Documentary “Concerning Violence”