cafe con libros
coffee. tea. books. art. community.


let's collaborate...let's create.

cafe con libros is a feminist community bookstore catering to folks who are book lovers, coffee aficionados, or both.  we aim to provide space for anyone seeking a community of readers and thinkers and, to spread the love of reading as a source of healing and joy.

cafe con libros will also provide community programming to include a book club, book fairs for children and young adults, prison outreach, and when possible, host local artist.

in solidarity with our community, we wish to open our space for use in collaboration with community members in service of broader, collective endeavors.  beginning 1 august 2018, the cost for the use of the space is $50 for two hours.  this contribution is non-refundable.  in addition, we ask that organizers encourage participants to patronize the community space by purchasing coffee, pastries, and/or books to ensure sustainability for the long-haul.


kqd & rfc.

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The Adventures and Discoveries of a Feminist Bride: What No One Tells You Before You Say "I Do"

Wedding season is upon us, but have you ever wonder how weird it is that brides need their parents’ permission to marry but grooms do not? Are you curious why women don't propose more? Have you noticed that men usually don't wear engagement rings? Are you at all outraged that there's a fair amount of slut shaming toward women on bachelorette parties? If so, the book, The Adventures and Discoveries of a Feminist Bride: What No One Tells You Before You Say 'I Do'" by author Katrina Majkut will have the answer you are seeking and more. 

After breaking into her own apartment in her underwear to save a bridesmaid’s dress, experiencing outlandish sexual harassment from men while celebrating friends’
bachelorette parties, and then watching friends’ similar misadventures, Majkut threw in her newlywed monogrammed towel and said, “What’s with all the wedding drama? Women deserve better than this!”

With the help of feminism (the greatest gift anyone can put on a wedding registry), Majkut uncovers eye-opening historical truths and investigates how social traditions impact people’s lives both socially and civilly. She discovers that it’s not just about the bride and discusses how wedding rituals must evolve to better support marriage equality and respect diverse people’s needs (and, gasp, even men’s). Majkut lays out how couples can act with more integrity and love on their big day because equality can’t happen unless everyone works together. Just take it from Majkut—who learned the hard way—the perfect wedding includes perfect equality!

Join Majkut on Friday May 11th at 6pm for a book reading, signing, and Q&A by Majkut.

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