Tuesday, July 19, 2016

SALE this weekend! And will Harry Potter find Waldo and Pokeman?

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A Sale, Waldo, Harry and Pokemon!
We'll be having our summer sale for discount club members this coming weekend. Friday, Saturday and Sunday all books in the store will be 20% off for members of our discount club. Most special orders placed during this time will also qualify for the 20% discount. If you can't make it into the store, the discount will be available on orders placed through our web site. Shop early and often!

Then the last weekend in July Harry Potter swoops in for a midnight Harry Potter book release extravaganza (starting Saturday night, July 30 at 11:30 p.m.), followed by the "Where's Waldo" Wrap Party Sunday July 31 at 3:00 in the afternoon. Oh, and did we mention that The Regulator is a "PokeStop" in the Pokeman Go game?
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See details on all of this below!

Harry Potter, Pokeman and Waldo walk into a bookstore....

When you come to the store these next few weeks please consider bringing a donation to the "Crayons2Calculators" 2016 School Supplies Drive to support Durham students and teachers. Supplies being sought include: Pencils,Dry Erase Markers,Crayons, Colored Pencils, Permanent Markers, Copy Paper, Post-it Notes, Index Cards, Erasers - all kinds, Staples, Calculators, 2-Pocket Folders, Composition Books, Clipboards, Highlighters, Scissors, Desk Organizers, Glue - sticks & bottles, Tissues, Hand Sanitizer/Wet Wipes, 3-Hole Punch, and Binder Clips. We'll have a bin at the front of the store, through August 20th, to collect your donations. See crayons2calculators.org for more information about this marvelous organization.
Upcoming Events
JULIA FRANKS
Thursday, July 21 at 7:00PM
Julia Franks will be at The Regulator Bookshop with her debut novel, Over the Plain Houses, a spellbinding story of witchcraft and disobedience  about an Appalachian woman intrigued by the possibility of change, escape, and reproductive choice- and stalked by a Bible-haunted man who fears his government and stakes his integrity upon an older way of life. Read more at: 
http://www.npr.org/2016/04/27/475021942/plain-houses-is-a-spellbinding-story-of-witchcraft-and-disobedience

Julia Franks has roots in the Appalachian Mountains and has spent years kayaking the rivers and creeks of Tennessee, North Carolina, and West Virginia. She lives in Atlanta, where she teaches literature and runs Loose Canon, a web service that fosters free-choice reading in the classroom.

HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD - MIDNIGHT RELEASE PARTY
Saturday, July 30, 11:30PM -- July 31, 1:00AM -- Please note the time
The Eighth Story. Nineteen Years Later: Pre-order your copy of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child--Parts One and Two (Special Rehearsal Edition): The Official Script Book of the Original West End Production now at The Regulator Bookshop or online at the link just above. Join us Saturday night (July 30) at The Regulator Bookshop at 11:30PM for a costume party leading up to the book release at midnight! Come in costume and be entered into a free raffle for a Regulator Bookshop gift certificate.

Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, a new play by Jack Thorne, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage. The play will receive its world premiere in London's West End on July 30, 2016.

It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn't much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband and father of three school-age children. While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted. As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places.

FIND WALDO LOCAL WRAP PARTY
Sunday, July 31, 3:00PM -- Please note the time
This celebration is the culmination of the month-long Find Waldo Local Scavenger Hunt, presented by the Regulator Bookshop and Sustain-a-Bull. Waldo, the famous children's book character in the striped shirt and black-rimmed specs, has been hidden in businesses all over Durham for the month of July. Those who spotted him are eligible to win prizes, including Waldo stickers & books, and gift certificates to local businesses.

Hunters who found Waldo in 20 or more locations will be eligible for the grand prize drawing on July 31 -- a multi-volume deluxe set of Waldo books. Other prizes include gift-certificates to local businesses, a ukulele from High Strung Violins & Guitars, and other specialty items selected by local merchants for the event. Plus, everyone who comes to the party dressed as Waldo will be entered into a chance to win a Regulator Bookshop gift certificate. You don't have to be present to win when we pull your name from the hat, but it's going to be a good party!

DUKE YOUNG WRITERS' CAMP -- READINGS AT THE REGULATOR
Tuesday, August 2, 7:00PM
This event is free and open to the public.
This summer marks the 33rd year young writers from all over the country and around the world have been coming to the Duke Young Writers' Camp to craft stories, poems, plays, and essays. Selected by their instructors, between fifteen and twenty of those writers will share at The Regulator Bookshop their poetry and excerpts from stories and essays. For more information: https://learnmore.duke.edu/youth/youngwriter


DANNY JOHNSON
Thursday, August 4, 2016, 7:00 pm
From Pushcart Prize nominee Danny Johnson comes The Last Road Home,  a powerful, lyrical debut novel that explores race relations, first Last Road love, and coming-of-age in North Carolina in the 1950s and '60s. At eight years old, Raeford "Junebug" Hurley has known more than his share of hard lessons. After the sudden death of his parents, he goes to live with his grandparents on a farm surrounded by tobacco fields and lonesome woods. There he meets Fancy Stroud and her twin brother, Lightning, the children of black sharecroppers on a neighboring farm. As years pass, the friendship between Junebug and bright, compassionate Fancy takes on a deeper intensity. Junebug, aware of all the ways in which he and Fancy are more alike than different, habitually bucks against the casual bigotry that surrounds them--dangerous in a community ruled by the Klan.

"This novel is sure to join the rich canon of Southern literature." --Anna Jean Mayhew, author of The Dry Grass of August

Danny Johnson is a member of The North Carolina Writer's Network and  served as fiction judge for the Weymouth Center for Arts and Humanities in 2014. His stories have appeared in Fox Chase Review, Remembrances of Wars Past Anthology, South Writ Large, Sheepshead Review, A Southern Journal, The Camel Saloon, and Main Street Rag's Best of Raleigh Reading Series, among others. He has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize in short fiction, his short story "Dancing with My Shadow" was judged by Writer's Digest as one of the 100 best in 2012, and he was a finalist in Amazon's Breakthrough Novel Contest in 2013. Johnson is a Vietnam Veteran and recipient of the USAF Distinguished Flying Cross.

WILLIAM DAVIS
Tuesday, August 9, 7:00 PM
William "Endlesswill" Davis will join us at The Regulator Bookshop with spoken word poetry in celebration of his new collection, Broken Perception. Born in 1987, Endlesswill's 87 count poems in Broken Perception offers readers an assortment of remarkable poems that are as complex and multifaceted as the poet himself. Reflection of the self, renewal of the spirit, and sharp social commentary are among the many striking themes of the compilation of poems bound in Broken Perception.

William "Endlesswill" Davis is a spoken word artist who is dedicated to continuing the tradition of poetry in living form. Founded in a belief that creation and expression is one of the most valuable attributes gifted to humanity, Endlesswill uses writing to examine the spectrum of the human condition from a holistic point of view. Ambitious in his craft and performance, Endlesswill offers audiences unforgettable performances that evoke thought, introspection, and connection as a community.

APS CAT ADOPTION EVENT
Sunday, August 14, 2016 2:00 pm
Durham Animal Protection Society will hold a monthly cat adoption event at the Regulator. Come visit our furry friends from 2:00 - 3:30. Note the time and date.

Shop Independent Durham
Tom Campbell
Regulator Bookshop
720 Ninth St.
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 286-2700
http://www.regulatorbookshop.com/

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Where's Waldo, Orrin Pilkey, Heather Havrilesky and Chuck Palahniuk

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July starts off with a bang!--We host events with Orrin Pilkey, Heather Havrilesky and Chuck Palahniuk!
FIND WALDO LOCAL --  SCAVENGER HUNT!
July 5 -- July 31, 2016  -- Sponsored by The Regulator Bookshop and Sustain-a-Bull
Waldo returns to support Durham's Shop Local Movement!
 
Where's Waldo? He's in Durham, of course! After a year away exploring seas unknown, Waldo will be back in Durham this July! The famous children's book character in the striped shirt and black-rimmed specs is visiting thirty-six different local business in our community this July. Those who spot him can win prizes, including buttons, book coupons, gift certificates and more.
 
The hunt starts July 5th! Pick up your FIND WALDO LOCAL Passport here at The Regulator and go find Waldo and qualify for prizes. Visit participating businesses through the end of July and get your passport stamped or signed for each Waldo you spot. Then bring your stamped passport on July 31 to The Regulator for a party! We'll have a big Waldo shindig with raffle prizes donated by local businesses, snacks, family fun activities, a costume party, and more. Come dressed as Waldo and join the fun!
 
From Elmo's Diner to Bull City Craft, from Morgan Imports to Bull City Running, from Cocoa Cinnamon-- to Cozy-- to NOSH, Waldo figures will be hidden in local business establishments all over town. You might find him atop a cash register, on a shelf, or peeking out of a shirt pocket! Spot WALDO at each stop and get your passport stamped.
 
The first 100 Waldo seekers who get their passports stamped or signed at fifteen or more sites can bring their passports back to The Regulator Bookshop to collect prizes. Collecting store stamps or signatures at twenty-five or more businesses will entitle diligent seekers to enter in a grand prize drawing on July 31, with the top prize being a multi-volume deluxe set of Waldo books. Other prizes include gift-certificates to local businesses, exercise class passes, a ukulele from High Strung Violins & Guitars, and other specialty items selected by local merchants for the event.
 
The July 31 "Wrap Party" starts at 3:00 PM at The Regulator Bookshop (720 9th St., Durham, NC) with food, prizes, family-friendly activities, a costume party, and more!
 
ORRIN PILKEY and CHARLES PILKEY
Wednesday, July 6, 7:00 p.m.
Ever wonder where sand comes from? Why shells are colored differently? How to estimate the size of a wave?Lessons from the Sand: Family-Friendly Science Activities You Can Do on a Carolina Beach reveals the science behind the amazing natural wonders found on the beaches of the Carolina with more than forty fun hands-on activities for families with children.
Retreat from a Rising Sea: Hard Choices in an Age of Climate Change is a big-picture, policy-oriented book explains in gripping terms what rising oceans will do to coastal cities and the drastic actions we must take now to remove vulnerable populations.
The authors detail specific threats faced by Miami, New Orleans, New York, and Amsterdam; they consider the burden to the taxpayer and the logistics of moving landmarks and infrastructure, including toxic-waste sites, and conclude with effective approaches for addressing climate-change denialism and powerful arguments for reforming U.S. federal coastal management policies.
Charles O. Pilkey is an artist and writer living in Mint Hill, North Carolina.
Orrin H. Pilkey is James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences at Duke University and coauthor of How to Read a North Carolina Beach.
APS CAT ADOPTION EVENT
Sunday, July 10, 2016 2:00 pm
Durham Animal Protection Society will hold a monthly cat adoption event at the Regulator. Come visit our furry friends from 2:00 - 3:30. Note the time and date.
HEATHER HAVRILESKY IN CONVERSATION WITH CARTER KERSH
Monday, July 11, 2016, 7:00 pm.
at Motorco Music Hall, 723 Rigsbee Ave.  
The How To Be a Person In The World Book Tour
Meet Durham native Heather Havrilesky, author of the popular ASK POLLY Havrilesky advice column in New York Magazine in-person and pick up a signed copy of HOW TO BE A PERSON IN THE WORLD: ASK POLLY'S GUIDE TO THE PARADOXES OF MODERN LIFE.  Bring your hard-to-ask, hard-to-answer questions and POLLY will answer them LIVE!

Havrilesky will read favorite passages from her book and be joined onstage by special guest Carter Kersh for a live advice session at Motorco Music Hall.

How to Be a Person in the World is a collection of never-before-published material, along with a few fan favorites from the archives. Whether she's responding to cheaters or loners, lovers or haters, the depressed or the down-and-out, Havrilesky writes with equal parts grace, humor, and compassion to remind you that even in your darkest moments you're not alone.

Is there ever a right time to cheat on your spouse? How do you rein in an overbearing mother? Will you ever stop dating half-hearted assholes? Should you put off having a baby for your career? When is it time to get your shit together and start making your art? (Hint: right now.) Heather Havrilesky is here to guide you through the "what ifs" and "I don't knows" of modern life with the signature wisdom and tough love her readers have come to expect.

"What I love so much about Heather Havrilesky and her new book is that, beside being her usual brilliant, hilarious, equally kick-ass and compassionate self, she actually gives great advice. 'How to Be a Person in the World' will change your life, for the way better."
-Anne Lamott, New York Times bestselling author of Small Victories

Heather Havrilesky writes the popular advice column Ask Polly for New York Magazine's The Cut. She is the author of the memoir Disaster Preparedness (Riverhead, 2011)and the new advice book How to Be a Person in the World (Doubleday, July 2016). She writes The Best Seller List column for Bookforum and has also written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Esquire, The Los Angeles Times, NPR's All Things Considered, and many other publications. She grew up in Durham, North Carolina and now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and a loud assortment of dependents, most of them nondeductible.
 
Carter Kersh won The Monti's "Overall Best Story (2012)" award for his performance piece about growing up in Brevard, NC. He lives and works in the Triangle.
CHUCK PALAHNIUK
Wednesday, July 13 at 4:00PM - This is a ticketed event; please note time.
Bestselling author Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club) will join us at The Regulator Bookshop for the signing of his new graphic novel, Fight Club 2. Numbered tickets are available for sale at The Regulator and online at: https://www.regulatorbookshop.com/event/chuck-palahniuk-fight-club-2-graphic-novel
-   This FIGHT CLUB 2 appearance is a signing ONLY.  
-   Chuck will not be performing or reading at this event.
-   This is a ticketed event and each ticket will include a copy of the FIGHT CLUB 2 hardcover ($29.95).  Each copy of the new book to be signed MUST have a ticket! 
-   Tickets must be purchased in order to join the signing line. Tickets are being numbered in the order they are sold. The number on your ticket gives your place in the signing line.  
-    In addition to FIGHT CLUB 2, Chuck will sign only TWO other items (a piece of memorabilia or book).
-    Chuck will happily pose for photos with fans.
-    Line formation will begin at 3:30PM.
About the Book: New York Times bestselling novelist Chuck Palahniuk and acclaimed artist Cameron Stewart have collaborated for one of the most highly anticipated comic book and literary events-- the return of Tyler Durden. The first rule of Fight Club 2 might be not to talk about it, but Fight Club 2 is generating international headlines and will introduce a new generation of readers to Project Mayhem.
Chuck Palahniuk's ten previous novels are the bestselling Fight Club, which was made into a film by David Fincher; Survivor; Invisible Monsters; Choke, which was made into a film by director Clark Gregg; Lullaby; Diary; Haunted; Rant; Snuff; and Pygmy. He is also the author of Fugitives and Refugees, a nonfiction profile of Portland, Oregon, published as part of the Crown Journeys series, and the nonfiction collection Stranger Than Fiction. He lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Shop Independent Durham
Tom Campbell
Regulator Bookshop
720 Ninth St.
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 286-2700
http://www.regulatorbookshop.com/

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Buy Dad a Book! ..and marvelous upcoming events

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Our front table overflows with Books for Dad!
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Four weeks of  upcoming events--including Orrin Pilkey, Heather Havrilesky and Chuck Palahniuk!

Wednesday, June 15 at 7:00PM
Meet award-winning author Carole Boston Weatherford at The Regulator You Can Fly Bookshop for the launch of her new middle-grade and young-adult book, an innovative history in verse that celebrates the story of the Tuskegee Airmen: pioneering African-American pilots who triumphed in the skies and past the color barrier. The author and illustrator will be available to sign copies of You Can Fly for sale at the event. This event is free and open to the public.
 
From training days in Alabama to combat on the front lines in Europe, this is the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, the groundbreaking African-American pilots of World War II. In vibrant second-person poems, Carole Boston Weatherford teams up for the first time with her son, artist Jeffery Weatherford, in a powerful and inspiring book that allows readers to fly, too.
 
Carole Boston Weatherford is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of 40-plus books, mostly for young people. Her books have won two NAACP Image Awards and multiple awards from the American Library Association. Her most popular titles include Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom; Voice of Freedom: Fannie Lou Hamer, Spirit of the Civil Rights Movement; Freedom on the Menu: The Greensboro Sit-ins; and Gordon Parks: How the Photographer Captured Black and White America. She is an English professor at Fayetteville State University.
Jeffery Boston Weatherford created the scratchboard illustrations for You Can Fly using archival World War II photographs as reference. The son of a poet and a preacher, Jeff was born in High Point, North Carolina in 1989 with hands so large that his grandmother predicted that he would one day do important work. That turned out to be art. Jeffery studied art at Winston-Salem State University, where he was a Chancellor's Scholar, and at Howard University, where he earned a Master of Fine Arts.
 
Thursday, June 16, 7PM
Stephen Jurovics will be at The Regulator Bookshop to discuss his new book, Hospitable Planet: Faith, Action, and Climate Change. The increasing severity of environmental problems led him, out of spiritual curiosity, to research the environmental teachings in Genesis-Deuteronomy, what Jesus called "the law" in English translations, particularly exploring whether they contained instructions relevant to contemporary issues such as greenhouse gas emissions, preserving biological diversity, treatment of the land, and sustainability. The abundance of applicable teachings, and a desire to discuss ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions motivated him to write this book.
Stephen A. Jurovics holds BS and MS degrees from Columbia University and a PhD in Engineering from the University of Southern California. Aspects of climate change mitigation have been the focus of his engineering work for more than two decades.

JASON MORGAN WARD
Wednesday, June 29, 7PM
Jason Morgan Ward, Associate Professor of History at Mississippi State University, will read from his new book,  Hanging Bridge: Racial Violence and America's Civil Rights History. 
 
Spanning three generations, Hanging Bridge reveals what happened in Clarke Country in 1919 and 1942, when two horrific lynchings took place, the first of four young people, including a pregnant woman, the second, of two teenaged boys accused of harassing a white girl. Jason Ward's painstaking and haunting reconstruction of these events traces a legacy of violence that reflects the American experience of race, from the depths of Jim Crow through to the growing power of the NAACP and national awareness of what was taking places even in the country's bleakest racial landscapes. Connecting the lynchings to each other and then to the civil rights struggles in the 1960s, when the threat of violence hung heavy over Clark County, Ward creates a narrative that links living memory and verifiable fact, illuminating one of the darkest places in American history and revealing the resiliency of the human spirit.
 
Jason Morgan Ward is the author of Defending White Democracy: The Making of a Segregationist Movement and the Remaking of Racial Politics, 1936-1965. He is an assistant professor of history at Mississippi State University.
 
ORRIN PILKEY and CHARLES PILKEY
Wednesday, July 6, 7:00 p.m.
Ever wonder where sand comes from? Why shells are colored differently? How to estimate the size of a wave?Lessons from the Sand: Family-Friendly Science Activities You Can Do on a Carolina Beach reveals the science behind the amazing natural wonders found on the beaches of the Carolina with more than forty fun hands-on activities for families with children.
Retreat from a Rising Sea: Hard Choices in an Age of Climate Change is a big-picture, policy-oriented book explains in gripping terms what rising oceans will do to coastal cities and the drastic actions we must take now to remove vulnerable populations.
The authors detail specific threats faced by Miami, New Orleans, New York, and Amsterdam; they consider the burden to the taxpayer and the logistics of moving landmarks and infrastructure, including toxic-waste sites, and conclude with effective approaches for addressing climate-change denialism and powerful arguments for reforming U.S. federal coastal management policies.
Charles O. Pilkey is an artist and writer living in Mint Hill, North Carolina.
Orrin H. Pilkey is James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences at Duke University and coauthor of How to Read a North Carolina Beach.

APS CAT ADOPTION EVENT
Sunday, July 10, 2016 2:00 pm
Durham Animal Protection Society will hold a monthly cat adoption event at the Regulator. Come visit our furry friends from 2:00 - 3:30. Note the time and date.

HEATHER HAVRILESKY IN CONVERSATION WITH CARTER KERSH
Monday, July 11, 2016, 7:00 pm
Celebrate the launch of Heather Havrilesky's new book, Havrilesky
How to Be a Person in the World
a collection of new, unpublished letters and advice by the author of the popular advice column Ask Polly. Is there ever a right time to cheat on your spouse? How do you rein in an overbearing mother? Will you ever stop dating half-hearted assholes? Heather Havrilesky is here to guide you through the "what ifs" and "I don't knows" of modern life with the signature wisdom and tough love her readers have come to expect.
Heather Havrilesky is a Durham native and author of the memoir Disaster Preparedness. She has written for New York magazine, The New York Times Book Review, the New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, and Salon, among others.
Carter Kersh won The Monti's "Overall Best Story (2012)" award for his performance piece about growing up in Brevard, NC. He lives and works in the Triangle.

CHUCK PALAHNIUK
Wednesday, July 13 at 4:00PM - This is a ticketed event; please note time.
Bestselling author Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club) will join us at The Regulator Bookshop for the signing of his new graphic novel, Fight Club 2. Numbered tickets are available for sale at The Regulator and online at: https://www.regulatorbookshop.com/event/chuck-palahniuk-fight-club-2-graphic-novel
-   This FIGHT CLUB 2 appearance is a signing ONLY.  
-   Chuck will not be performing or reading at this event.
-   This is a ticketed event and each ticket will include a copy of the FIGHT CLUB 2 hardcover ($29.95).  Each copy of the new book to be signed MUST have a ticket! 
-   Tickets must be purchased in order to join the signing line.
-    In addition to FIGHT CLUB 2, Chuck will sign only TWO other items (a piece of memorabilia or book).
-    Chuck will happily pose for photos with fans.
-    Line formation will begin at 3:30PM.

About the Book: New York Times bestselling novelist Chuck Palahniuk and acclaimed artist Cameron Stewart have collaborated for one of the most highly anticipated comic book and literary events-- the return of Tyler Durden. The first rule of Fight Club 2 might be not to talk about it, but Fight Club 2 is generating international headlines and will introduce a new generation of readers to Project Mayhem.

Chuck Palahniuk's ten previous novels are the bestselling Fight Club, which was made into a film by David Fincher; Survivor; Invisible Monsters; Choke, which was made into a film by director Clark Gregg; Lullaby; Diary; Haunted; Rant; Snuff; and Pygmy. He is also the author of Fugitives and Refugees, a nonfiction profile of Portland, Oregon, published as part of the Crown Journeys series, and the nonfiction collection Stranger Than Fiction. He lives in the Pacific Northwest.
       
Shop Independent Durham
Tom Campbell
Regulator Bookshop
720 Ninth St.
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 286-2700
http://www.regulatorbookshop.com/