January 2018
Opera 101 Heavy Metal Drink and Draw
Opera 101: three-part class with the Arizona Opera's Joshua Borths Andrew Bourelle discusses his new novel Heavy Metal Like to draw? Like to drink? Join us for an open studio workshop
Pure Land MBA in a Day Obama
Annette McGivney with her book about a Grand Canyon murder Professor Emeritus Steven Stralser signs his updated classic Former Chief White House Photographer Pete Souza in Mesa
B.B. Montgomery New Times Live Manifesto for a Cancer PatientWyatt Townley
Local author B.B. Montgomery shares her latest novels This month's panel discusses Emerging Neighborhoods Naturopathic physician Colleen Huber, NMD, shares her new book
Iron Gold AZ Opera Book Club Candide Norwich
Pierce Brown visits with his latest, Iron Gold, a Red Rising novel The Arizona Opera Book Club discusses the classic Candide NYT sportswriter Karen Crouse shares her debut, Norwich
the Ayurvedic Lens Mad Dogs, Marbles, and Rock Fights Bar Flies Boot Camp
Physician Meghana Thanki presents her guide to healthy living Local author Scott Eubanks shares his memoir A writing workshop that ends with you on stage at Valley Bar
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MONDAY, JANUARY 1 | NEW YEAR'S DAY
Noon-9pm | TEMPE | CUSTOMER APPRECIATION NEW YEAR'S DAY SALE | Didn't get what you want for the holidays? Visit our annual Customer Appreciation Sale when virtually everything in the store is 25% off! Discount excludes online and special orders, digital audiobooks from Libro.fm, reserved books, workshops and classes, gift certificates, and digital audio books. With this generous discount, we must suspend Readers' Club stamps for the day. More »
PHOENIX / FIRST DRAFT | CLOSED | Changing Hands Phoenix and First Draft Book Bar will be closed today. More »

TUESDAY, JANUARY 2
10:15am | TEMPE | FAMILY EVENT | STORYTIME |Interactive storytime for preschoolers and kindergarteners, every Tuesday. More »

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3
7-9pm | PHOENIX | JOSHUA BORTHS | OPERA 101 | Arizona Opera's Joshua Borths hosts a three-session class, with music and video examples, to discuss the history of opera and what to listen for when you attend a performance. Cost: $60 for three sessions—January 3, 11, and February 1. Registration at 602.274.0067 or online. More »

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4
9:15am | PHOENIX | FAMILY EVENT | BABY TIME | An Early Literacy Specialist from Phoenix Public Library visits every Thursday to share songs, rhymes, books, and activities to promote movement in toddlers and infants. Program supported by a grant from First Things First, a local early literacy program. Also join us in Phoenix at 9:15am on Thursdays, January 11, 18, and 25. More »
10am | PHOENIX | FAMILY EVENT | STORYTIME | Join us for interactive storytime for pre-schoolers and kindergarteners. More »

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5
7pm | TEMPE | ANDREW BOURELLE | HEAVY METAL | Andrew Bourelle discusses his new novel, a gritty coming-of-age story about growing up in 1980s hard-luck America, which offers a glimpse into the life of Danny, a teenager who seeks peace and stability after the suicide of his mother. More »

SATURDAY, JANUARY 6
10am | TEMPE | FAMILY EVENT | COSTUME STORYTIME: PETER RABBIT | Bring the kiddos and your camera for pictures and a storytime with the classic children's book character Peter Rabbit. More »
2pm | PHOENIX / TEMPE | TWEEN EVENT | CLUB READ | NEVERMOOR: THE TRIALS OF MORRIGAN CROW |
Calling all tweens! Join us for free pizza as we discuss Jessica Townsend's debut novel Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow. Club Read Badge Members: Get three points for attending the meeting and one point for purchasing the month's pick from Changing Hands Bookstore. Don't have a free Club Read badge? Ask a bookseller how to get one! More »
5:30-8:30pm | TEMPE | INSIGHTS TAROT READINGS | James R. Betz offers advice on life, relationships, and career choices. Cost: $20 for 15 minutes. Registration at 480.730.0205. More info: 602.840.2222.

MONDAY, JANUARY 8
6:30-9:30pm | PHOENIX | DRINK AND DRAW | First Draft Book Bar presents a night of drinking and drawing for all skill levels, featuring a local model for a three-hour pose. Bring your own supplies. Cost: $8. Registration at 602.274.0067 or online. More »
6:30-8:30pm | TEMPE | POETRY ROUNDTABLE | Workshop one of your poems with a group of peers. More info: jedesign2004@yahoo.com.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 9
10:15am | TEMPE | FAMILY EVENT | BILINGUAL STORYTIME | Interactive bilingual storytime for preschoolers and kindergarteners. More »
6pm | PHOENIX | ARCHAEOLOGY CAFÉ — PHOENIX UNDERGROUND | LECTURE WITH MICHAEL LINDEMAN, PH.D.: "ARCHAEOLOGY UNDER THE DOWNTOWN STREETS (AND RUNWAYS)" |
Knowledge seekers of every kind are welcome at Archaeology Café, where experts share their latest research on Phoenix's deep and diverse history in a jargon-free zone. In this second in a series of talks focused on "Phoenix underground," Dr. Lindeman shares his experiences leading archaeological excavations both downtown and under the runways of Sky Harbor Airport. Presented by Archaeology Southwest, a nonprofit organization working across the Southwest to explore and protect the places of our past. More »

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10
7pm | PHOENIX | FOUND IN TRANSLATION BOOK CLUB | BEYOND THE RICE FIELDS | Whether you're a seasoned traveler, a voracious reader, or a dreamer who wants to see the world, all are invited to our newest book club focused on international literature. The Found in Translation Book Club will delve into a work of international literature in a small-group setting, while enjoying coffee, beer, or wine drinks from First Draft Book Bar, located inside Changing Hands Phoenix. This month we discuss Beyond the Rice Fields by Naivo. The first novel from Madagascar ever to be translated into English, Naivo's magisterial Beyond the Rice Fields delves into the upheavals of the nation's past as it confronted Christianity and modernity, through the twin narratives of a slave and his master's daughter. More »
7pm | TEMPE | ANNETTE MCGIVNEY | PURE LAND: A TRUE STORY OF THREE LIVES, THREE CULTURES, AND THE SEARCH FOR HEAVEN ON EARTH | The award-winning journalist shares the story of the most brutal murder in the history of the Grand Canyon and how her quest to investigate the victim's life and death wound up guiding the author through her own life-threatening crisis. On this journey stretching from the southern tip of Japan to the bottom of Grand Canyon, and into the ugliest aspects of human behavior, Pure Land offers proof of the healing power of nature and the resiliency of the human spirit. More »

THURSDAY, JANUARY 11
10am | PHOENIX | FAMILY EVENT | STORYTIME | Join us for interactive storytime for pre-schoolers and kindergarteners. More »
7pm | TEMPE | TEEN EVENT | JOANNA RUTH MEYER | BENEATH THE HAUNTING SEA |
Sixteen-year-old Talia was born to a life of certainty and luxury, destined to become Empress of half the world. But when an ambitious rival seizes power, she and her mother are banished to a nowhere province on the far edge of the Northern Sea. It is here, in the drafty halls of Ruen-Dahr, that Talia discovers family secrets, a melancholy boy who suffers from troubling visions of her future, and a mysterious jar of starlight. On these shores, the eerie melody of the sea is stronger than ever, unearthing long-buried tales of the Goddess Rahn. The more dark truths that she exposes about the gods' history—and her own—the more the waves call to her, and it may be her destiny to answer. In conversation with Amy Trueblood. More »

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12
6pm | PHOENIX | STEVEN STRALSER | MBA IN A DAY 2.0: WHAT YOU WOULD LEARN AT TOP-TIER BUSINESS SCHOOLS (IF YOU ONLY HAD THE TIME!) | Thunderbird Professor Emeritus Steven Stralser discusses and signs his newly-updated classic business bestseller. MBA in a Day 2.0 tackles essential business concepts and delivers them in a simple and engaging manner, leading readers through the basics of business as found in top-tier MBA programs. Topics include management, finance, accounting, marketing, ethics, corporate social responsibility, digital marketing, information technology, globalization, and more. More »
7pm | TEMPE | FRIDAY POETRY | Join us for Friday Poetry at Changing Hands Tempe. Tonight is an open reading. More »

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13
10am | PHOENIX | FAMILY EVENT | COSTUME STORYTIME: PETER RABBIT | Bring the kiddos and your camera for pictures and a storytime with the classic children's book character Peter Rabbit. More »
SOLD OUT | 3pm | OFFSITE | PETE SOUZA | OBAMA: AN INTIMATE
PORTRAIT | Join us for a talk and slideshow presentation with former Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza. He'll discuss and sign his gorgeous national bestseller Obama: An Intimate Portrait, a visual biography of Barack Obama's historic presidency, presented in an oversize, 12" x 10" exquisitely produced format, and featuring a foreword from the President himself. Location: Mesa Arts Center (Ikeda Theater) 1 E Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201. Ticket Package 1: $60, one (1) hardcover copy of Obama: An Intimate Portrait and admission for one (1) person. Ticket Package 2: $65, one (1) hardcover copy of Obama: An Intimate Portrait and admission for two (2) people. More »
5:30-8:30pm | TEMPE | TAROT READINGS | Mystic Journeyz with Suzi Coggins. "Your Angels Are Waiting." Cost: $20 for 15 minutes. Registration at 480.730.0205. More info: mysticjourneyz.com.

MONDAY, JANUARY 15
7-8:30pm | TEMPE | CLUB ITALIANO | Study the cultures of Italy and Italian travel with Carla Langille. For more information, call 480.650.9509 or email carlastro123@gmail.com to RSVP.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16
10:15am | TEMPE | FAMILY EVENT | STORYTIME | Interactive storytime for preschoolers and kindergarteners, every Tuesday. More »
7pm | TEMPE | B. B. MONTGOMERY | LOVE IS A DAM MYSTERY & A FAST AFFAIR |
Local author B. B. Montgomery visits with her latest independently-published romance novels, Love is a Dam Mystery and A Fast Affair. More »

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17
7pm | TEMPE | TEEN EVENT | EPIC READS MEET-UP | This year's Epic Reads Meet-Up tour visits with YA authors Rae Carson (Into the Bright Unknown), Maureen Johnson (Truly Devious), Sara Holland (Everless), and Kasie West (Love, Life, and the List). More »
7pm | PHOENIX | NEW TIMES LIVE | EMERGING NEIGHBORHOODS |
Phoenix New Times and First Draft Book Bar present New Times Live!—a chance to interact with the characters, subjects, and authors of the alternative newsweekly's cover stories. For a long time, metropolitan Phoenix felt like a paint-by-numbers canvas that had been ignored around the middle. Today that's not the case—the hottest real estate on the market is smack in the center of town. Blink, and that emerging neighborhood you had your eye on is suddenly out of reach. Tonight's panel has combed the not-so-mean streets of our city to find eight neighborhoods you might not have heard of—and that you definitely need to know more about. While we're celebrating these gems, we haven't forgotten the implications of gentrification and urban development. So we'd like to invite you to be part of the discussion of how Phoenix is developing—what neighborhoods have it right, which are on the wrong path, and what can we do to preserve the past, respect current residents, and create a vibrant future for our city. Happy hour prices all night long at First Draft Book Bar! More »

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18
10am | PHOENIX | FAMILY EVENT | STORYTIME | Join us for interactive storytime for pre-schoolers and kindergarteners. More »
7pm | TEMPE | COLLEEN HUBER, NMD | MANIFESTO FOR A CANCER PATIENT |
Naturopathic physician Colleen Huber, NMD, contrasts her 11-year clinical practice treating cancer patients naturally with the prevailing view that natural cancer treatments are impossible. This is a manifesto for a patient's right to choose their own treatment, and a manual through the cancer journey. Huber also discusses her own experience with alternatives to chemotherapy. More »

SATURDAY, JANUARY 20
3pm | TEMPE | TEEN EVENT | TEEN ADVISORY BOARD (T.A.B.): THE LAST NAMSARA | Teens meet to discuss Kristen Ciccarelli's debut fantasy novel The Last Namsara. More »
5:30-8:30pm | TEMPE | TAROT READINGS | James R. Betz offers advice on life, relationships, and career choices. Cost: $20 for 15 minutes. Registration at 480.730.0205. More info: 602.840.2222.
7pm | TEMPE | PIERCE BROWN | IRON GOLD: BOOK 4 OF THE RED RISING SAGA | Changing Hands and Phoenix Comicon are proud to welcome Pierce Brown with his new novel, Iron Gold. A decade ago, Darrow was the hero of the revolution he believed would break the chains of the Society. But the Rising has shattered everything: Instead of peace and freedom, it has brought endless war. Now he must risk all he has fought for on one last desperate mission. Darrow still believes he can save everyone, but can he save himself? Red Rising was the story of the end of one universe. Iron Gold is the story of the creation of a new one. More »

MONDAY, JANUARY 22
6:30-8:30pm | TEMPE | TWO-PART WRITING WORKSHOP WITH SANDRA MARINELLA: "THE STORY YOU NEED TO TELL WORKSHOP: A PATH TO THE CREATIVE SELF" | Sandra Marinella (The Story You Need to Tell) leads a workshop on writing and exploring the power of personal stories to heal, grow, and transform your life. Your story matters. This two-session workshop for writers of all levels will help you find the story you need to tell, while exploring a path to your personal creativity. Cost: $40, for two sessions—January 22 and 29. Registration at 480.730.0205 or online. More »
7pm | PHOENIX | ARIZONA OPERA BOOK CLUB | CANDIDE | The Arizona Opera's official book club meets to discuss Voltaire's Candide. Caustic and hilarious, Candide has ranked as one of the world's great satires since its first publication in 1759. It concerns the adventures of the youthful Candide, disciple of Dr. Pangloss, who was himself a disciple of Leibniz. In the course of his travels and adventures in Europe and South America, Candide saw and suffered such misfortune that it was difficult for him to believe this was "the best of all possible worlds," as Dr. Pangloss had assured him. More »

TUESDAY, JANUARY 23
10:15am | TEMPE | FAMILY EVENT | STORYTIME | Interactive storytime for preschoolers and kindergarteners, every Tuesday. More »
7pm | TEMPE | KAREN CROUSE | NORWICH: ONE TINY VERMONT TOWN'S SECRET TO HAPPINESS AND EXCELLENCE | New York Times sportswriter Karen Crouse shares her debut, Norwich, the extraordinary story of the small Vermont town that has produced more Olympians per capita than any other place in the country—and whose citizens provide a model for achieving excellence while leading a well-rounded life. How does Norwich do it? To answer this question, Crouse moved to Vermont, immersing herself in the lives of Norwich Olympians past and present. There, amidst the organic farms and clapboard colonial buildings, she discovered a culture that's the opposite of the hyper-competitive schoolyard of today. In Norwich, kids aren't cut from teams. They don't specialize in a single sport, and they even root for their rivals. What's more, their hands-off parents encourage them to simply enjoy themselves. Making it to the Olympics is seen not as the pinnacle of an athlete's career but as a fun stop on the way to achieving other, longer-lasting dreams. Norwich, Crouse realized, wasn't just raising better athletes than the rest of America; it was raising happier, healthier kids. More »

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24
7pm | PHOENIX | FIRST DRAFT BOOK CLUB | THE POWER | Join us at First Draft Book Bar (the wine and beer bar inside Changing Hands Phoenix) for a discussion of this month's pick, award-winning author Naomi Alderman's The Power. In The Power, the world is a recognizable place: there's a rich Nigerian boy who lounges around the family pool, a foster kid whose religious parents hide their true nature, an ambitious American politician, a tough London girl from a tricky family. But then a vital new force takes root and flourishes, causing their lives to converge with devastating effect. Teenage girls now have immense physical power—they can cause agonizing pain and even death. And with this small twist of nature, the world drastically resets. Stop by either Changing Hands location or order online to get your copy of The Power for 20% off, then meet us and Arizona Republic reporter Barbara VanDenburgh at First Draft Book Bar at 7pm to discuss and enjoy happy hour prices during the event. More »
7pm | PHOENIX | SCOTT EUBANKS | MAD DOGS, MARBLES, AND ROCK FIGHTS: A MEMOIR | The local author shares his memoir, a humorous account of his early years growing up in a small East Texas town in the 1950s. It evokes fond memories for those who grew up during "those Mayberry-like times," and highlights the differences between growing up then and now. More »
7pm | TEMPE | MEGHANA THANKI, NMD | THE AYURVEDIC LENS: MAGNIFYING THE MYSTERIES & ABUNDANCE OF LIFE | Local Naturopathic Physician Meghana Thanki presents her guide to healthy living in a complex world. From the publisher: "This book is meant to touch those who feel burdened, stuck, or ill, and would like to clear their path. It is a recipe book for living life in abundance, for life has a variety of ingredients: its mainstay is Ayurvedic medicine with all of its lifestyle components (meditation, cooking, massage, exercise, pre- and postpartum care, detoxification, and journaling). This ancient wisdom is awaiting your presence, and it will stand by you from the toughest of times to the happiest of times and everything in between." More »

THURSDAY, JANUARY 25
10am | PHOENIX | FAMILY EVENT | BILINGUAL STORYTIME | Interactive bilingual storytime for preschoolers and kindergarteners. More »
5:30pm | TEMPE | WRITERS, INK. | Share and critique two to four pages of writing with a group of peers. RSVP (required) at shariannegaylee@gmail.com.
6:30-8:30pm | PHOENIX | WRITING WORKSHOP WITH TORIE BOSCH: "WRITING TO CHANGE MINDS: CRAFTING GOOD NONFICTION IN COMPLICATED TIMES." | Stubbornness may be the defining characteristic of the moment we're in. People seem increasingly reluctant to listen to other points of view or deviate from their tribe. So how can we get people to reconsider long-held—but perhaps poorly thought through—beliefs? In this informal workshop, Torie Bosch, editor of Slate.com's Future Tense channel and coeditor of What Future, discusses how to write opinion pieces to change people's minds. Attendees will come up with an argument they want to make, and the group will discuss participants' arguments and how to make them stronger. Co-presented by Future Tense Arizona State University. Cost: $18.99 + tax, includes one copy of What Future. Registration at 602.274.0067 or online. More »

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27
9am-4pm | PHOENIX | TEEN EVENT | YALLAPALOOZA WRITING CONFERENCE | Authors of young adult fiction, including several New York Times bestsellers, share strategies, tips, and tricks for writing engaging work for tween and teen readers in three workshop sessions spanning key topics. Then join us at 2pm for our annual YAllapalooza panel followed by a mix and mingle booksigning. This year's panelists include Scott Savage, Bill Konigsberg, Stephanie Elliot, and Tom Leveen. Cost: $60 per person; $70 with lunch included. Registration at 602.274.0067 or online. The 2-4pm panel/booksigning is free to attend. More »
5:30-8:30pm | TEMPE | TAROT READINGS | Mystic Journeyz with Suzi Coggins. "Your Angels Are Waiting." Cost: $20 for 15 minutes. Registration at 480.730.0205. More info: mysticjourneyz.com.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 28
9am-6pm | PHOENIX | BAR FLIES BOOT CAMP | Phoenix New Times, Valley Bar, and Changing Hands Phoenix collaborate to bring you a one-day writing workshop that ends with you on stage at Valley Bar. Are you a Bar Flies fan who wants to make the leap from audience to stage? Here's your chance, with our all-day (and night!) boot camp. Join the Bar Flies team at The Newton (inside Changing Hands Phoenix) early on a Sunday morning, laptop or notebook in hand. Get a prompt and instructions, write a draft, workshop it, rehearse it, workshop and rehearse some more, and perform that evening at Valley Bar. Coffee, snacks, and lunch will be provided by First Draft Book Bar. We'll provide plenty of instruction on everything from inspiration to writing to delivery from Bar Flies curators and contributors Amy Silverman, Katie Johnson, and Deborah Sussman. Cost: $100 per person. The cost includes breakfast snacks, coffee, and lunch from First Draft Book Bar. Registration at 602.274.0067 or online. More »
2-3:30pm | TEMPE | CHANTING WORKSHOP WITH PINNA JOSEPH | TAPPING INTO THE POWER AND EXPRESSION OF OUR TRUE VOICES | Gently massage body, mind, and spirit with the healing power of sound. To move to an open and relaxed space, Yoga of the Voice™ instructor and Somatic Sounding™ co-founder Pinna Joseph helps attendees explore specific seed syllables and multi-ethnic chants. Attendees will also create invocations to call in the quality each desires, touching greater depths of heart and soul. No previous singing experience necessary. Cost: $25. Register at 480.730.0205 or online. More »

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30
10:15am | TEMPE | FAMILY EVENT | STORYTIME | Interactive storytime for preschoolers and kindergarteners, every Tuesday. More »
this month at first draft

January’s Pick:
The Power by Naomi Alderman

PHOENIX | 7PM WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24

Barbara Vanderburg Join us at First Draft Book Bar (the wine and beer bar inside Changing Hands Phoenix) for a discussion of this month's pick, award-winning author Naomi Alderman's The Power.

Stop by Changing Hands Phoenix or Tempe (or order online) to get your copy of The Power for 20% OFF. Then join Arizona Republic reporter Barbara VanDenburgh at First Draft Book Bar (the wine, beer, and coffee bar inside Changing Hands Phoenix) to discuss and enjoy HAPPY HOUR prices all through the event! More »

The PowerABOUT THE BOOK | What would happen if women suddenly possessed a fierce new power? In The Power, the world is a recognizable place: there's a rich Nigerian boy who lounges around the family pool; a foster kid whose religious parents hide their true nature; an ambitious American politician; a tough London girl from a tricky family. But then a vital new force takes root and flourishes, causing their lives to converge with devastating effect. Teenage girls now have immense physical power--they can cause agonizing pain and even death. And, with this small twist of nature, the world drastically resets. More »


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The Immortalists

by Chloe Benjamin | Hardcover, $26.00 »

The Immortalists "It is the late 1960's in New York City and four young siblings go to a fortune teller. Each sibling is told the day of their death. Over the next few decades we watch the lives of sibling unfold. We watch history - the sixties, seventies and eighties unfold. The reader gets to examine how each child lives their life and the choices they make. This book sweeps the reader into a curious world and makes us question how one would live their own life, if given a termination date."  —Cindy
 

 

Take Me with You

by Andrea Gibson | Paperback, $15.00 »

Take Me with You "Rather than a new collection of poetry, this is a collection of quotes from some of Gibson's most memorable poems. Gibson has the ability to ellicit an incredible emotional response in their readers. I've found myself angry, hopeful, and on more than one occasion openly crying in a coffeeshop while reading their poetry. I'd recommend this to any existing fan of Gibson's, or to anyone looking for a condensed introduction to their work."  —Amy
 



 

Homesick for Another World

Her Body, Our Laws: On the Front Lines of the Abortion War, from El Salvador to Oklahoma

by Michelle Oberman | Hardcover, $27.95 »

"This book is for anyone interested in really thinking through the effects of abortion law. Don't look here for sound bites or cliches. I absolutely loved Oberman's writing and her ability to acknowledge her own position and then move on to really researching, listening and recording the motivations behind abortion law and the changes we hope to effect. Oberman takes a highly sensitive and politicized subject and brings the volume down so that we can really begin to evaluate our intent and our outcomes. I highly recommend this to folks on either 'side' of the abortion issue. This volume will expand your knowledge by taking you to El Salvador for an international perspective and then back home to Oklahoma. Oberman pushes us to be honest and thoughtful in our consideration of the issue and that alone makes this well worth the read."  —Julie

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