Where: 1220 1/2 Georgia Avenue, North Augusta, SC 29841
When: Nov 1 | 9am – 3pm
LAST CHANCE to discover the treasures from Starkey Flythe’s collection. Over 6000 books for $1 each. Fiction and non-fiction of all types. A smaller selection of slightly higher priced works including nearly everything Starkey every published. PLUS a special collection of poetry many of which are inscribed by the authors to Starkey!
PARKING: on Observatory, Sidereal, and Butler Avenues or on the east side of Georgia Avenue. Please enter on foot through the brick columns on Georgia Ave. or the gate on Observatory.
Three local horror writers will converge on The Book Tavern on All Hallow’s Eve with their creepy stories guaranteed to make you shiver. Join authors Victoria Hardy, Charles Campbell and Janis Ann Parks for words, music and frights. Come in costume and get treated with candy and a truly horrific discount on your purchases. The best costume wins one of the most frightening collections of horror stories!
Where: The Book Tavern
When: Oct 31 | 7-9pm
Christmas IS coming, but we still have some Halloween left in us. This week at The Book Tavern:
Wednesday 10:30am Super Awesome Story Time – we’ll be reading The Book That Eats People by John Perry & Mark Fearing plus music, crafts and snacks provided by The New Moon Cafe!
Thursday 6-8pm Book Signing of Indescribable, Bryce Gibson’s sequel to Demon Sweat!
Friday 7-9pm A very spooky Tavernacle Poetry
Saturday 7 & 9pm Gravely Mistaken Augusta Ghost Trolley Tours – there are only a handful of seats left so book yours today by calling 706-432-8883!
Coming Next Week:
More Story Time, more Ghost Trolley AND a Halloween Party with 3 Local Horror Authors!
It’s fun, it’s free and it’s happening all July. Come to any participating location and pick up your passport to search out Waldo, Man About Town, at 24 local Downtown Augusta businesses.
The first 125 to find him at ten locations get a free button and coupon towards Waldo merchandise at The Book Tavern. Find him at twenty locations and be entered to win dozens of awesome prizes at our July 31st party from 6 – 8pm!
- The Book Tavern
- The New Moon Cafe
- Art on Broad
- Humanitree House
- Brigan’s Land of Enchantment
- Zimmerman Gallery
- Fireside Outdoor Kitchen & Grills
- Pilgrim Soap Company
- The Morris Museum Gift Shop
- The Rebel Lion Den
- Vintage Ooollee
- Artist’s Local 1155
- Marketplace Antiques
- The Augusta Canal Gift Shop
- Tire City Potters
- Flowers on Broad
- Oddfellows Art Gallery
- Casella Eye Center
- Gallery on the Row
- Curvitude Boutique
- Psychotronic Augusta
- International Uniform
- United Loan and Fireams
I wrote this blackout poem during our inaugural Tavernacle Poetry which takes place the Fourth Friday of every month. A great thanks to organizers, Jen Sparling and Skylar Andrews.
Thought makes the whole therefore, think well.
No one has any idea I speak the truth,
and they never believe me.
All is War by other means.
Does the cessation of notes stop?
Is war another kind of language for their thoughts?
Words must have no relation to action.
Good words are a mask,
Whoever thinks considers it in its remotest,
It is a question which cannot be solved.
What makes the situation so difficult:
Those who believe may affect us.