The Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium Presents
Ed Jarvis & Robin Lysne
Old Capitol Books, 559 Tyler Street, Monterey
Continue reading Book Signing: “Tiny Coffins” – a memoir of Parkinson’s Disease
Ashley Warren, author of Tiny Coffins, will be in Old Capitol Books for a book signing. Released in June 2018, Tiny Coffins is a quirky, 100-page memoir about her mother’s battle with Parkinson’s Disease and an exploration of the relationship between a mother and a daughter.
Fishbowl Poetry Open Mic, featuring Adela Najarro and Nancy Aidé González
Sunday, November 25
Old Capitol Books
559 Tyler Street
Host is Cynthia Bryant
Sign-ins for open poetry readings begin
1:30pm, features at 2pm. Continue reading November Fishbowl Poetry & Open Mic
Old Capitol Books and the Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium Present:
Kate Aver Avraham and William Minor
An afternoon of poetry (and song) featuring Kate Aver Avraham: poet, children’s author, art enthusiast, community volunteer nature lover and mischief-maker. Her poems have appeared in many journals and anthologies as well as the Celebration of the Muse chapbook, Perhaps the Truth is Also Blue. Her latest children’s book was What Will You Be, Sara Mee, from Charlesbridge, Boston.
William Minor: author of seven books of poetry, the latest Some Grand Dust (finalist for the Benjamin Franklin Award) and Gypsy Wisdom: New & Selected Poems; two memoirs: The Inherited Heart and Going Solo; and three CDs of poetry and original music (For Women Missing or Dead, Mortality Suite, and Love Letters of Lynchburg). Continue reading Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium Present: Kate Aver Avraham and William Minor
Writers from the Edge Reading Series as part of the Creative Writing and Social Action program in the School of Humanities and Communication at California State University Monterey Bay is partnering with the Otter Cross Cultural Center, the English Department at Cabrillo College, the Tanimura & Antle Family Memorial Library, the John Steinbeck Library in Salinas, Out of Our Minds on KKUP and Old Capitol Books to bring novelist Peter Nathaniel Malae to the Monterey Bay area to release his fourth book: “Son of Amity” from Oregon State University Press. Continue reading John Steinbeck Fellow & Nationally Recognized Novelist to Launch newest book at Old Capitol Books
Isabella Ides reads selections from her new novel WHITE MONKEY CHRONICLES: a contemporary fable about a rogue order of nuns who are raising an undocumented deity.
EXPECT: A feminist insurgency! A persecution of Cardinals! A literary feast!