Tuesday 27 June 2017, 4pm: Salinas-based fantasy writer Jason P. Crawford will be at Old Capitol Books to discuss his work, particularly his new fantasy novel, Dragon Princess.
Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium presents Adam Gonzalez and Daniel Yaryan
Sunday, May 14, 2:00 p.m.
Old Capitol Books
559 Tyler Street, Monterey
(between Pearl and Munras) Continue reading Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium presents Adam Gonzalez & Daniel Yaryan
Monday 22 May 2017, 6pm-7pm: Join us as we explore the various levels of editing that contribute to a professional-caliber book. We’ll scan the spectrum, ranging from work that can help clarify the author’s thinking early in the creation stage (developmental editing), through important stylistic and mechanical work that helps establish consistency (copyediting), and then the final polishing pass to ensure quality (proofreading). We’ll also look at the dynamic between authors and editors (hint: drama is 110% optional!). Continue reading CANCELED: Authors and Editors: Butting Heads or Holding Hands?
Saturday 20 May 2017, 2pm: Old Capitol Books will be hosting local historian and teacher, Kyle Elizabeth Wood, who has written the only authorized biography of the first female captain of industry in the U.S.: Tillie Lewis. Continue reading Book Signing: Kyle Elizabeth Wood, historian and author of ‘Tillie Lewis: The Tomato Queen’
Saturday 13 May 2017, 2pm: Old Capitol Books is excited to have writer and photographer Mary Smathers come to the store to talk about her new book Fertile Soil: Stories of the California Dream. Continue reading Mary Smathers, author of ‘Fertile Soil: Stories of the California Dream”
Friday 12 May 2017, 4pm: Built on Bones: 15,000 Years of Urban Life and Death is Brenna Hassett’s new book which explores the impact of urban living on our bodies and health throughout human history. Brenna Hassett, a bioarchaeologist for London’s Natural History Museum, wants to analyze the way that human’s transition from hunter-gatherer to settled farmers and how this changed our relationship to land and developed social inequalities.
Continue reading Brenna Hassett, archaeologist and author of ‘Built on Bones’, to visit Old Capitol Books
Hey there, you lovers of social theory and philosophy! Old Capitol Books is teaming up again with the Direct Action Monterey Network to bring a series of seminars on critical and political theory to downtown Monterey.
This spring’s seminars are facilitated by a collection of community organizors, professors, and students who live and work on the peninsula, covering the topics of Anarchism, Polyamory, Social Perceptions of Disability, and Reproductive Justice.