News & Updates

By approaching environmental conversations on a one-to-one basis, Cycle 4 Recycle can show people across the Americas that preservation of the environment is not simply work for organizations, it is an ongoing social movement - and it starts with you.

Join Michael Lansing and other Nonpartisan Readers for a book reading and signing at Noon on Saturday November 14th, right here at Boneshaker Books.

Bob Forrest, “Survival Songs” CD released by Six Degrees Records (San Francisco) and Ian Brennan, “Sister Maple Syrup Eyes” novella, published by Pleasure Boat Studio (NYC)

Local author Mark Berriman presents his third book in the Soap Box Stomping trilogy, That Turned Ugly Fast. He will be joined by Venus de Mars and Holly Day.

Working from home got you down? Sick of the same old cats, and the same stupid view from your window? Then check out the new Boneshaker Books co-working hours!

Back again for 2015, Minneapolis residents will have the opportunity to explore and enjoy their neighborhood streets without the presence of motorized traffic at Open Streets Franklin Ave!

The Music & Work Project launches this summer to explore the role that music plays in our working lives. How do the soundtracks to our jobs shape our daily experiences on the clock? Are these songs functioning only to increase productivity and profits?

Book talk with Jesse Cohn, author of "Underground Passages: Anarchist Resistance Culture, 1848–2011"

Book art and collages by Ben DiNino, and readings by Aaron King, Monica R. Howell, and Will Braun

The Cracked Walnut Reading Club is a group that will meet once a month at Boneshaker Books to discuss some of our favorite creative writing pieces published in online journals.