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Jordan Flaherty reads ‘No More ...

Journalist Jordan Flaherty discusses his new book ‘No More Heroes: Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality’ at 6pm on Friday, March 31. How can we build a better world? Any why do so many people with privilege end up making things worse they try to help? It’s called the Savior Mentality, and Jordan Flaherty finds […]

Dan Heller reads ‘Between the S...

Local author Dan Heller reads from his new book of poetry ‘Between the Shadows’ on Friday, December 9th at 6pm. Many of the poems in this book come from the dark corners of my heart. By giving verbal form to these ideas I hope to be able to at least look at them if not […]

Chuck Collins reads ‘Born on Th...

Heir to the Oscar Meyer fortune, One Percenter Chuck Collins lays out his plan for a more equitable and Just society, offering bold new solutions for bridging the economic divide and rebuilding communities for a resilient future in his new book ‘Born on Third Base: A One Percenter Makes the Case for Tacking Inequality, Bringing […]

Kali Quinn reads I Am Compassionate C...

Local author Kali Quinn reads I Am Compassionate Creativity at 6pm on Friday, September 30th. Fall in love with the world through an evening with author/performer Kali Quinn. I am Compassionate Creativity shares Kali’s philosophy of combining healing and the arts through 111 value-focused stories from her life. It is part memoir, part field guide […]

Ralph Meima reads Inter States: Emerg...

Local author Ralph Meima reads from his new novel, Inter States: Emergent Disorder on Friday, September 16th at 6pm. I did not originally set out to write a novel. In the years around 2003-2004, as I awoke to the rising chaos and corruption in American politics during the first George W. Bush administration, and pondered […]

Tim Mayo ‘Thesaurus of Separati...

On September 2nd at 6pm, local poet Tim Mayo reads from his new volume of poetry, Thesaurus of Separation. Tim Mayo’s poems explore the taxonomies of loneliness, of memory, and of a past deep as a cave. This is a past carved from foster care and stone. A past with a bullet in its head. […]