Odd Mondays returns!

Monday | February 27 | 7PM

We’re excited for the return of Odd Mondays, with Judith Sender-Levy and Ramon Sender hosting another stalwart crew of local authors and neighborhood denizens.

International Women’s Day | Broad Strokes

Wednesday | March 8 | 7PM

March 8 is International Women’s Day and we’ll be celebrating with the official Book Launch party for San Francisco-based author Bridget Quinn’s Broad Strokes, a biographical exploration of the life and works of 15 major women artists. 10% of all sales for the day will go to support the Las Esperanzas literacy project for high-risk adolescent girls in Nicaragua, whose founder, San Francisco resident and native Nicaraguan Veronica Sanchez, will also be in-store during the event to offer information about her organization, and ways to support them.

The Lost Sketchbook of Edgar Degas | with

Harriet Chessman

Wednesday | March 15 | 7PM

Published by local imprint, Outpost 19, Harriet Chessman’s new novel, The Lost Sketchbook of Edgar Degas is a fictional account of Degas’ time in New Orleans, as told through the perspective of his blind sister-in-law and Degas’ own “lost sketchbook.” A stunning portrait of time, place, art, and family by the author of The Beauty of Ordinary Things and Lydia Cassatt Reading the Morning Paper.


March 20 – 26

We’re excited to be participating in three events during Noe Valley’s premiere literary festival!

Tuesday, March 21, 7PM: Cleve Jones (When We Rise) and Wayne Goodman (Vanya Says, Go!), in conversation.

Friday, March 24, 6PM: Night of the Graphic Novelists with Judd Winick, Paige Braddock, and Lex Farjado. Ages 8-18 welcome! This event will take the place of Bookworms Middle Reader Book Club for the month of March, with no RSVP required.

Sunday, March 26, 1-3PM: Storytime Crawl with Jim Averbeck.

Folio Night, LIVE! | Featuring Ambush Review

Tuesday | March 28 | 7PM

It’s the second edition of our local author open mic with sign-up sheet! Prepare to read for 5 minutes in this informal community reading series. Featured readers will be Patrick Cahill and Bob Booker of Ambush Review, and Wayne Goodman as MC.