Launch Party for Rinya March 22 2014

LaunchParty Presentation, signing and discussion with John Poole.

Sitio tiempo press is pleased to release
Rinya: A Native California Boy Comes of Age by John Poole
The book and author will be celebrated at a book party  4-6 pm  
Saturday March 22 
at Mrs. Dalloways Bookstore 
on College Avenue near Ashby. 
The author will read and speak, answer questions and then sign books.  Refreshments will be served.







Watershed/ Fibershed Presentation in April 2012

Fibershed& sitiotiempopress Co-presentation by Rebecca Burgess and Destiny Kinal.

In April, 2012, the Fibershed Project and our press hosted a cooperative event and reading on the subject of bioregionalism, fibershed, and appropriate technology. The events were held partnership with two stores, Green Arcade Bookstore in San Francisco, on April 26th and at A Verb for Keeping Warm, the fiber center in Oakland, on April 15 at 3pm. Rebecca Burgess spoke about The Fibershed Project she founded in West Marin; Destiny Kinal talked about The Third Wave of bioregionalism and the unique approach to community organizing that occurs in each discreet watershed. Both women observed that creating local capacity for fiber production and dyeing creates community in turn. Burgess sees Fibershed as a key organizing principle in creating commerce inside and outside of the community, part of a sustainable way of life.

Destiny Kinal discusses her work on "Off the Page" August, 2011

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Bill Jaker, host of Off the Page says: "The 19th century realm of perfumes and silkworms is the backdrop and the countryside of France and Pennsylvania the setting for "Burning Silk", a detailed and sensuous historical novel by Destiny Kinal."

Listen to the interview using the player below

Download the mp3 here

Recent Events in Pennsylvania

Doylestown Bookshop Reading Left to right: Katherine Ashe; Treebeard (David Chamberlain); and Destiny Kinal.

Destiny recently visited and presented her work in Bucks County, Pennsylvania where the book was inspired and where it is set in the early 19th century. The July 16 program at the Mercer, a living history museum in Doylestown, was called Writing the Delaware, and celebrated the opening of Mercer’s new wing. The readings included Kinal, along with Treebeard, a Lenape medicine man of the Big Horn band, author of Grandfather Speaks, Lenape stories and history. The third reader was Catherine Ashe, playwright and screenwriter, who read from a piece she wrote for Celeste Holme, Martha Washington at Valley Forge, telling wives of fellow officers how she met George. Ashe has just completed a four volume novel series on Simon de Montfort, the father of Democracy and the Parliamentary system. The three authors also appeared the following afternoon at the Doylestown Bookstore (see picture above).

    July 2011

  • SATURDAY
    July 16, 2011 \\ 2-4:30 PM

    Mercer Museum :: 184 South Pine Street, Doylestown, PA

    Meet the Authors: Writing the Delaware, with fellow authors Katherine Ashe and Treebeard/Hitakonanu'Laxk

  • SUNDAY
    July 17, 2011 \\ 12-2:30 PM

    Doylestown Bookshop :: 16 South Main, Doylestown, PA

    Our Political Roots, with fellow authors Katherine Ashe and Treebeard/Hitakonanu'Laxk

    September 2011

  • West Coast (To be announced)

Past Events

    JUNE 2010

  • SATURDAY
    June 26, 2010 \\ 1:30PM

    Erie Bookstore :: 137 E. 13th Street, Erie, NY

  • SUNDAY
    June 27, 2010 \\ 1:30PM

    Book Nook :: 1170 Central Avenue, Dunkirk, NY

    July 2010

  • Tuesday
    July 13, 2010 \\ 7:00PM

    Sayre Public Library :: 122 S. Elmer Avenue, Sayre, PA

    Meet the Author Night

  • Thursday
    July 15, 2010 \\ 7-10:00PM

    LOOM :: 439 Waverly Street, Waverly, NY

    Book Party. $5 includes wine, appetizers and dancing.

  • Saturday
    July 17, 2010 \\ 2-3:00PM

    Susquehanna River Archaeological Center :: 345 Broad St, Waverly, NY

  • Sunday
    July 18, 2010 \\ 4-6:00PM

    Buffalo Street Books :: 215 N. Cayuga, Ithaca, NY

    August 2010

  • Saturday
    August 21, 2010 \\ 1:00PM

    Corte Madera's Book Passage :: 51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera, CA

    Part of the Local Authors series

    September 2010

  • September 29-October 1, 2010

    Symposium: Woodstock Years (1965-1975), Le Havre University, Le Havre, France (presenter)

    OCTOBER 2010

  • October 6-10, 2010

    Frankfurt Book Fair

  • Mid-October to mid-December:

    San Francisco Bay Area, and Northern California (To be announced)

    Rocky Mountains, from New Mexico to Colorado (To be announced)