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In our December book and graphic novel subscription packages Emerging artist Rose Camara
Every month we feature a different artist whose work we send to our book and graphic novel subscribers along in special care packages. In December we are featuring Rose Camara, an illustrator and aspiring art historian based in Milwaukee’s lower east side. Follow Rose on Instagram
In our November book and graphic novel subscription packages Milwaukee-based visual artist Clark Rendall
In November our subscribers received beautiful cards by Milwaukee’s own Clark Rendall, reproducing his new series of prints inspired by Yugoslav "spomeniks", which are on display and for sale at the store until the end of the year.Follow Clark on Instagram
Click for e-gift cards and we also have physical gift cards at the store. Both may be redeemed online or at the shop in Bay View
Cactus Book Club We Will Not Cancel Us December 1, 5:30-7:30PM | 2496 S Wentworth Ave, Milwaukee WI
Join us at the Cactus Club on Wednesday December 1st for a discussion of the book "We Will Not Cancel Us: And Other Dreams of Transformative Justice", by Adrienne Maree Brown. The Cactus Book Club is a new monthly series that brings together community organizations, mutual aid groups, artists, bands, local businesses and readers of varied interests.
Donation drive The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story
Bookshop.org and Lion's Tooth are proud to partner with The 1619 Project’s publisher One World on an initiative to get copies of this groundbreaking historical work into schools, libraries, and other educational and community organizations nationwide. CLICK HERE to donate a copy of The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story for our chosen donation partner, the Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Center. You'll also be supporting our Bookshop.org storefront with your purchase. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Center School provides educational services to all Milwaukee County children who are placed in secure detention by the Wisconsin Juvenile Court System. Their highly qualified teachers provide a positive, full-day, school experience for students to build on when they return to their home school. The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story is an expansion of Nikole Hannah-Jones' Pulitzer Prize–winning project conducted with the New York Times Magazine team offering a new framing of American history, placing slavery, its afterlives, and the work of resistance done by members of the Black community at the center of our national narrative.