WATCH ON ZOOM – CLICK HERE August 14th, you’ll be able to see the beautiful and amazing talent of No Existo, Turiya Autry, and Chris Carr. After the music and poetry, DJ Papacitx will take us through twilight with their curated nighttime tunes. Zoom link available soon.
Old Capitol Books is collaborating with Close to Home Collective, which is working to bring literature and arts into your living room to help lower the number of people seeking entertainment out of their homes during the pandemic. (Seriously folks, stay inside.)
Burn, a Dialogue with a Demon Priest, encapsulates the essence of Janice’s book, ‘Resurrections in the Dark’, and is a commemoration of its launch. Burn speaks to such topical issues as gender inequality, addiction, single parenthood, and domestic violence, beckoning themes such as forgiveness, self-discovery, healing, and connection.
Zoe Boekbinder (New Orleans) Phantom Tides (Oakland) River Navaille (Seaside) Femmes & Folx is BACK at Old Capitol Books, this time featuring touring artists Zoe Boekbinder and Phantom Tides! Join us for more fresh, funky, femme, and nonbinary performances in the latest installment of Femmes & Folx, a series of concerts highlighting gender diverse musiciansContinue reading “Femmes and Folx with Zoe Boekbinder, Phantom Tides, and River Navaille”