Old Capitol Books and the Direct Action Monterey Network are coming together for the thirtieth discussion in the Theory and Philosophy Reading Group. This is a mini-series within the broader project which explores anarchist theories of the state. Continue reading Theory & Philosophy Reading Group 31: James C. Scott
We have recently got our happy hands on a beautiful edition of Le Morte D’Arthur by Thomas Malory, a retelling of the story of King Arthur’s court, the knights of Camelot, and the love affair between Guinevere and Lancelot originally published in 1485.
Ours in a stunning facsimile of the 1909 illustrated edition, with illustrations by none other than the bawdy Aubrey Beardsley. Hardcover, in original dust jacket, with original slip case.
The Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium Presents: Kim Ly Bui-Burton & Dan Baldwin
Sunday, November 12, 2:00 p.m.
Old Capitol Books 559 Tyler Street, Monterey (between Pearl and Munras)
Kim Ly Bui-Burton is a Vietnamese-American poet who has lived on the Peninsula since the 60s. Kim graduated from UCSC with a degree in Literature/Creative Writing and from SJSU with an MLIS. Her poems have been anthologized in works as diverse as Tilting the Continent: Southeast Asian American Writing, I am Becoming the Woman I’ve Wanted, a National Book Award winner and The Body Eclectic: an anthology of poetry for teens. Kim works in municipal government as a Community Services Director.
Dan Baldwin has been writing poetry for approximately 15 years. He has an M.A. in Nonfiction Writing from the University of Iowa. He was a writer for many years in Dallas, Texas. After a 15-year museum career, he became CEO of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He has been CEO of the Community Foundation for Monterey County since 2010. He is married to Anne Ylvisaker, an award-winning writer of middle grade fiction.
Upcoming Readings: December 10: Cheryldee Huddleston and Linda Janakos
For more information, please contact John Laue: (831) 684-0854 Cosponsored by the Monterey Bay Poetry Consortium