Just published: Chester Arnold’s Evidence, a retrospective celebration of Bay Area artist’s long career. This wide-ranging collection surveys works from the past three decades, investigations rich with humor and penetrating visual commentary, along with a fierce love of the natural world and the art of painting.
Check out our new selection of sale books, including Civil War Stories which features paintings by Chester Arnold.
Receive free shipping on these three titles from now until June 1, 2017!
Shipping costs will be refunded within 7 days of placing your order.
We invite you to take advantage of our annual holiday sale at Kelly’s Cove Press. All our titles are available at a discount of at least 20% through January 19. After that all bets are off! Buy three books or more and we pay domestic shipping. Our books make charming gifts.
Kelly’s Cove Press is returning to the 2nd Annual Bay Area Book Festival in downtown Berkeley, CA. Stop by our booth on Literary Lane (Addison St at Shattuck Ave) in front of the Aurora Theater.
The festival features 300 authors from around the world, 225 literary exhibitors, live musical performances, art installations and film screenings. Admission is free. Come say hello!
From now through January 6, 2016 all Kelly’s Cove Press titles are 20% off the retail price. Free shipping on orders of 3 or more books (domestic shipping only).
Sonoma County Book Festival
|When:||Back to Calendar »September 22, 2012 @ 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Where:||Santa Rosa Downtown Courthouse Square and Central Library
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We had two great events this last weekend. Friday night at Bird & Beckett, the hip neighborhood bookstore in the Glen Park area of San Francisco, Jonathan Clark with his grand basso voice read Kenneth Patchen poems to the walking bass of former SF Symphony bassist and jazz veteran Don Prell. And yesterday, at Readers” Books in Sonoma, Jonathan read with the fine jazz shakuhachi stylist Karl Young. As Jonathan noted, “This has to be the first time Patchen”s been performed online slots with shakuhachi.” At each event I found myself feeling really grateful to the small, iconoclastic bookstores, that against all odds, keep their stores open and gather their communities for free events. And yet for the sake of a few shekels, customers prefer buying their books at the 1% bookstore which offers no community.