This Saturday, October 5th, and Sunday, October 6th, University of Hell Press will be exhibiting at the Wordstock Festival 2013 (Oregon Convention Center, 777 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, Portland, OR 97232). Hours are 10:00am – 6:00pm each day.
Our entire catalog of books will be on sale for $10 each. Credit cards accepted. Plus, we will give a free book, while supplies last, to everyone who gives us their email address.
There will be author and artist appearances in our booth each day. On Saturday, meet John Barrios at noon discussing his upcoming book with us; McHank will be there at 1:00pm to sign and discuss the artwork he has done for us; then, Johnny No Bueno at 2:00pm, Leah Noble Davidson at 3:00pm, and Eirean Bradley at 4:00pm will each be available for book signing, reading, and greeting. On Sunday, we will have more author and artist appearances TBA.
And last, but certainly not least, this weekend also marks the first time you can get your hot little hands on Eirean Bradley’s latest book, The Little Big Book of Go Kill Yourself. This book is little, but it BURNS BIG!!!
This Wednesday, June 19th, 2013, Leah Noble Davidson and University of Hell Press will be having a book release party at Circa 33 (3348 SE Belmont Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97214) celebrating Leah’s book Poetic Scientifica.
Show begins at 7:30pm. Books are $10. Credit cards accepted.
The evening will be hosted by Johnny No Bueno and features Brian S. Ellis, Tommy Gaffney, Robyn Bateman, Carrie Seitzinger, and musical guest Robert Duncan Gray.
Spend an evening with University of Hell Press at Powell’s on Hawthorne (3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, Oregon 97214). Starts at 7:30pm and is FREE.
University of Hell Press founder Greg Gerding shares stories about the press and UHell’s authors Eirean Bradley, Stephen M. Park, Leah Noble Davidson, and Brian S. Ellis read selections from their books. For more information, CLICK HERE.
On Saturday, March 23rd, 2013, Lindsey Kugler and University of Hell Press will be having a book release party at the IPRC (1001 SE Division St, Portland, Oregon 97202) celebrating Lindsey’s book HERE. Show begins at 7:00pm and is FREE.
The evening will be hosted by Greg Gerding and features musical improv by Sara Renberg, tarot for tips by E.D. Hall of Backtalk, and readings by Justin Hocking, A.M. O’Malley, Johnny No Bueno, Chloe Caldwell, Liz Moyer, and Lindsey Kugler herself.
Books will be available. Get yours! For more information, CLICK HERE.
On 12/12/12 (Wednesday, December 12th, 2012), Johnny No Bueno and University of Hell Press will be having a book release party at Slabtown (1033 NW 16th Ave, Portland 97209, ph 971-229-1455) celebrating Johnny’s book We Were Warriors. Show begins at 7:00pm and is FREE. There is NO cover, but there will be drink specials.
The evening will be hosted by Brian Tibbets and, besides party boy Johnny, features additional readers including Davey Mac, Leah Noble Davidson, Eirean Bradley, Lindsey Kugler, and Brian Ellis.
Come meet Johnny, congratulate him, buy his book (for only $10), and then make him sign something rude and inappropriate inside.
On Tuesday, January 31st, 2012, Eirean Bradley and University of Hell Press is having a book release party at Backspace (115 NW 5th Ave, Portland 97209 www.backspace.bz 503-248-2900) celebrating Eirean’s book the I in team. Show begins at 7:00pm, suggested donation $5.
Poster Art by Deanna Liceaga
Other performers include: Mike McGee (two-time National Poetry Slam Champion), Matty Byloos (co-founder of Smalldoggies Magazine and reading series), Mindy Nettifee (Write Bloody Press, Author of Rise of The Trust Fall), Robyn Bateman (2011 Portland Poetry Slam City Champ), Will Stanford, Ansel Appleton, Laura Houlberg, and more.
Come meet the man himself, Eirean Bradley, in person, buy his book, and make him sign it.
We are excited to announce that our latest book by Eirean Bradley, the I in team, is now available.
If you live in Portland, you should plan to attend Eirean’s book release party at Backspace on Tuesday night, January 31st, 2012. Eirean will be reading, selling, and signing his books there. Additional performers and at least one band will also be participating in the celebration.
If you are unable to attend, you can go to Powell’s Books on Burnside NOW and get your copy.
Read selections from the book and find out where you can buy it online HERE.
Earlier this year, on March 5th, the Agitprop space in San Diego was the location for Greg Gerding’s Book Release Party for his two latest books, Piss Artist and The Idiot Parade. There was a reading, book signing, and then an after party at Bar Pink with rock band The Stereotypes (celebrating the release for their latest record called Soundtrack).
We realize it’s a little late, but since we weren’t a website yet to help promote, we wanted to at least revisit the evening’s events through pictures and send out some acknowledgments.
First of all, a huge THANK YOU goes to The Latent Print for hosting the night. Please visit their website, like their FB page, and get a taste for the amazing promotional campaign they ran leading up to the event here. They’re doing great things for San Diego artists and they deserve your support. Special thanks to Camille Tallon, she did an amazing job organizing everything and lending her talents. Also, Sophia Pang and Chris Maroulakos. There were many others at The Latent Print we didn’t even know about, thank you too.
Next, we would like to thank the venues, Agitprop and Bar Pink. These two venues and their proprietors continue to bring amazing talent to their stages and are also deserving of your support. Without them, the art and music community in San Diego would severely suffer. To keep up with the latest events at these venues, please visit Agitprop’s website and Bar Pink’s website and like their FB Pages as well (Agitprop | Bar Pink).
Last, but not least, thanks to The Stereotypes for playing a really rocking After Party. If you think you don’t know them, you do, their music can be heard almost everywhere. Visit their website and buy their records, they’re amazing. And like their FB page too to keep up on the latest news.
Here are some photos from the evening:
To see more, click here. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported. We were glad to see you and we look forward to seeing you again.