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Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In
Wednesday • November 30 • 7pm
University Temple United Methodist Church Chapel, 1415 NE 43rd Street
Discussion & Book Signing
At the beginning of Bernie Sanders’ race for the presidency, the political establishment and the media didn’t consider him a figure to be taken seriously. Despite having no money, no political organization and taking on the entire Democratic Party, by the close of his campaign, Sanders had defied the odds, receiving more than 13 million votes in primaries and caucuses throughout the country and winning twenty-two states. But Sanders’ biggest accomplishment was providing a new hope for the people of our nation, proving they are ready to take on the greed of corporate America and the one 1 percent. In Our Revolution, Sanders shares his personal experiences from the campaign trail, recounting the details of his historic primary fight and the people who made it possible. Join us for what’s sure to be an inspiring evening for a book discussion with Sanders.
Tickets are $27.00 and available at brownpapertickets.com. Each ticket admits one person and includes a copy of Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In.
- Each ticket comes with one copy of the book.
- This event is not a public signing.
- A limited quantity of signed copies will be randomly distributed.
- Personal items that cannot be pocketed are not permitted at the event. This includes: backpacks, purses, shopping bags, etc.
Signing guidelines subject to change.
Bernie Sanders ran as a Democratic candidate for President of the United States in 2015 and 2016. He served as mayor of Burlington, Vermonts largest city, for eight years before defeating an incumbent Republican to be the sole congressperson for the state in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1991. He was elected to the Senate in 2007 and is now in his second term, making him the longest-serving independent in the history of the Congress. He lives in Burlington, Vermont, with his wife, Jane, and has four children and seven grandchildren.
posted on October 10, 2016 at 8:43 pm by Brad Craft
The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft, edited by Leslie S. Klinger, $39.95, ISBN# 9780871404534, from Liveright.
Books of Blood: Volumes One to Three, by Clive Barker, $20.00, ISBN# 9780425165584, from Berkley.
By Gaslight, by Steven Price, $28.00, ISBN# 9780374160531, from FSG.
posted on October 9, 2016 at 10:31 pm by Brad Craft
Cascadia’s Fault: The Coming Earthquake and Tsunami That Could Devastate North America, by Jerry Thompson, $16.95, ISBN# 9781582438245, from Counterpoint.
Crippled in America: How to make America Great Again, by Donald T. Trump, $25.00, ISBN# 9781501137969, from Simon and Schuster.
The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future, by Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, $9.95, ISBN# 9780231169547, from Columbia University Press.
posted on October 8, 2016 at 7:53 pm by Brad Craft
Last Look, by Charles Burns, $29.95, ISBN# 9780375715174, from Pantheon.
All the Birds, Singing, by Evie Wyld, $15.95, ISBN# 9780345802507, from Vintage.
Thinner, by Stephen King, $9.99, ISBN# 9781501143762, from Pocket Books.
posted on October 7, 2016 at 7:29 pm by Brad Craft
Count Magnus and Other Ghost Stories, by M. R. James, $16.00, ISBN# 0143039393, from Penguin.
American Supernatural Tales, edited by S. T. Joshi, $17.00, ISBN# 9780143105046, from Penguin.
Haunted Castles; The Complete Gothic Stories, by Ray Russell, $16.00, ISBN# 9780143129318, from Penguin.
The Troop, by Nick Cutter, $16.00, ISBN# 9781501144820, from Simon and Schuster.
Perchance to Dream: Selected Stories, by Charles Beaumont, $16.00, ISBN# 9780143107651, from Penguin.
Demon Dentist, by David Walliams, $16.99, ISBN# 9780062417046, from Harper.
Infectious Diseases: A Clinical Short Course, Third Edition, by Frederick Southwick, $77.00, ISBN# 9780071789257, from McGraw Hill.
Anatomy for Dental Medicine, edited by Eric W. Baker, $74.99, ISBN# 9781626230859, from Thieme.