Chelsea Clinton Book Signing At Book Passage

Join us for a book signing at Book Passage, Wednesday, April 19, 2017 – 5:00pm. In It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going, Chelsea Clinton shares her passion for helping others and shows readers that the world belongs to every single one of us, and every one of us counts. She tackles some of the biggest challenges facing our world today, especially for kids. Using data, charts and stories she unpacks challenges related to Poverty, Climate Change, Gender Equality, Health, Endangered Species and more. She also talks about what’s being done to make a difference in each area, particularly by kids and teenagers. Buy your books in advance.

* Customers must have a ticket to stand in line

* Tickets to signing given with purchase of It’s Your World from Book Passage

Fort Point Beer Expands Their Footprint!

We are thrilled to announce Fort Point Beer Company is expanding their footprint within the Ferry Building, roughly doubling the size of its original operation. The new space includes 30 additional outdoor seats and room to host larger parties. Fort Point looks forward to serving more customers and bringing on more seasonal beers to enjoy on site or to-go. Grab a glass of KSA and a hot dog before heading to AT&T Park or fill up a growler with one of their latest releases for your next party.


DAVID SHIELDS *In conversation with Kelly Corrigan* Wednesday, March 15, 12:30pm

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 – 12:30pm
*In conversation with Kelly Corrigan*


Other People: Takes & Mistakes is an intellectually thrilling and emotionally wrenching investigation of otherness: the need for one person to understand another person completely, the impossibility of any such absolute knowing, and the erotics of this separation.

Can one person know another person? How do we live through other people? Is it possible to fill the gap between people? If not, can art fill that gap? Grappling with these questions, David Shields gives us a book that is something of a revelation: seventy-plus essays, written over the last thirty-five years, reconceived and recombined to form neither a miscellany nor a memoir but a sustained meditation on otherness. The book is divided into five sections: Men, Women, Athletes, Performers, Alter Egos. Whether he is writing about sexual desire or information sickness, George W. Bush or Kurt Cobain, women’s eyeglasses or Greek tragedy, Howard Cosell or Bill Murray, the comedy of high school journalism or the agony of first love, Shields’s sustained, piercing focus is on the multiplicity of perspectives informing any situation, on the irreducible log jam of human information, and on the possibilities, and impossibilities, for human connection.

*David Shields* is the internationally best-selling author of twenty books, including *The Thing About Life*, *Reality Hunger*, *Black Planet*, *Remote*, and *War Is Beautiful*. He and his wife live in Seattle, where he is the Milliman Distinguished Writer-in-Residence at the University of Washington. His work has been translated into twenty languages.

*Kelly Corrigan* is the *New York Times* bestselling author of *Glitter & Glue*, *Lift*, *The Middle Place* and the Host of KQED’s “Exactly” as well as the co-founder of Notes & Words.