Saturday, August 31, 2013

Somerville's Ibbetson Street Press and other Local Presses To Participate in Harvard Book Store's Warehouse Weekend Event


Warehouse Weekends: Local Voices

Harvard Book Store Warehouse Weekends: Four Weekends of Books, Culture & Community
Local Voices: Small Presses and Literary Journals
10am to 6pm, Saturday, Sept. 14 and Sunday, Sept. 15


September 14, 2013
10:00 AM


Harvard Book Store Warehouse
14 Park St., Somerville, MA


This event is free; no tickets are required.

We know you value local.
We know you make it a point to shop at independent businesses, attend neighborhood events, support community organizations and champion area artists.
That’s why we’re such good friends.
That’s also why you’re invited to join us this fall for Harvard Book Store’s Warehouse Weekends where local is the name of the game.  We’ve asked dozens of our favorite community cohorts to help us celebrate our collective ind(ie)pendence with bargain books, free samples, contests, workshops and more!
For four consecutive weekends this fall, our 6500 sq. ft. warehouse in Somerville will feature chapbook giveaways, consultations with literary editors, zine workshops, bookbinding demonstrations, Instagram scavenger hunts, and more.  Add to that 25,000 books and delicious, locally-sourced food and you’ve got yourself a party.
Each weekend will feature a different theme. This weekend's theme showcases a variety of literary journals and small press books.
Warehouse Weekends will feature a unique set of local partners and activities including:
AGNI, American Association of Variable Star Observers, Athena Mae, The Baffler, Boston Comics Roundtable, Boston Review, Cambridge Science Festival, Cervena Barva Press, Fugu, Harvard Review, Ibbetson Street Press, Inman Review, Kickass Cupcakes, MBTA Gifts, Million Year Picnic, MotherJuice, Papercut Zine Library, Ploughshares, Pressbound, Pressed Wafer, Q's Nuts, Rose Metal Press, Rye House Press, Sabertooth Bakery, Salamander, Scoopsies Ice Cream, Small Beer Press, Somerville Arts Council, Taco Party, Taza Chocolate, Ward Maps, Wilderness House Press, Zephyr Press, Zymbol
Our Warehouse is located on Park St. in Somerville, between Somerville Ave. and Beacon St. not too far from Union Square. The closest T stop is Porter Square, on the Red Line, and bus lines #83 and #87 have stops on Somerville Ave. near Park St.
And unlike at most parties… friends of friends are definitely encouraged to bring friends! See you there!
Be sure to keep your eye on this page for all new updates regarding our Warehouse Weekend partners.

1 comment:

  1. What a great idea! Somerville is widely known as a city of artists, but its literary world doesn't seem to have so high a profile - yet. Good for these visionary collaborators for changing that paradigm.