Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Nietzsche’s Will to Power

September 27th, 2019 at 7pm
Old Capitol Books

Ok, ok, so we’ve been getting together to read now for over four years and we’ve never read Nietzsche – and I’m not sure if that’s a GOOD thing or a BAD thing. But either way, we’re going for it! Anything is easy after Kant, right?! Continue reading Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Nietzsche’s Will to Power

Step Lightly: with author and pro-ballet dancer Kendall Klym

In his debut collection, STEP LIGHTLY, author Kendall Klym expands the definition of dance through the stories of characters who run the gamut from the ghost of a famous ballerina to a humble piano teacher tormented by honeybees. A former professional ballet dancer who has won numerous awards for his fiction writing, Klym skillfully uses words to illuminate dance as a form of communication and means of connection, reflected in the complex dynamics and continuous movements of work, relationships, and life.

Come join us at Old Capitol Books to hear about his experiences in the world of professional ballet!

Sunday 4 August 2019
4-5pm
Old Capitol Books, downtown Monterey Continue reading Step Lightly: with author and pro-ballet dancer Kendall Klym