26 June 2013, 6:30pm-8:00pm – “What is Polyamory?” Part of the Thinking Critically about Society Summer Series. Check out the facebook event page here.
“Polyamory (from Greek πολύ [poly], meaning ‘many’ or ‘several’, and Latin amor, ‘love’) is the practice, desire, or acceptance of having more than one intimate relationship at a time with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. It is distinct from both swinging (which emphasizes sex with others as merely recreational) and may or may not include polysexuality (attraction towards multiple genders and/or sexes).” Continue reading Event: What is Polyamory? (Thinking Critically about Society Summer Series)
Now at Capitol Books for only $30! Shelly’s mini coffee table book is about food as love, served with style. Continue reading Feeding Alice: A Love Story by Shelly Schachter
7 June 2013, 6:30pm – Readings from The Coming Insurrection and Call by the Invisible Committee. Continue reading Event: The Coming Insurrection: anarchist readings from the Invisible Committee
28 June, 2013, 6:30pm – Old Capitol Books invites you to NEPOTISM: A Night of Poetry. On June 28th, we’ll close up the shop, turn down the lights and bring together some of Monterey’s “best” local poets. Their work is amazing. They are my friends. I am not biased at all. Really. Continue reading EVENT: NEPOTISM: A Night of Poetry at Old Capitol Books
If you’ve driven past the Monterey transit center and our lovely book shop in the past week, you might have caught a glimpse of our pretty new sign. Now our purpose has been proclaimed outwards onto the streets loud and clear: “There’s a book store here!”
Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 2:00pm – Local author Jason Warburg will be in the shop to sign copies of his book Believe in Me. Continue reading Event: Jason Warburg Book Signing
Sunday 21 April 2013, 6:30pm-8pm – The fourth session in the seminar series, Thinking Critically about Society. A night of feminist, queer, and gender theory presented in an open and inclusive way. Continue reading Event: What is Gender? (Thinking Critically about Society: Session Four)