We're celebrating some great chefs in our area who are throwing down some darn good food. Giving these chefs a homebase in downtown Greenville gives you a chance to stop by and savor their creative fare. The rules are simple...one dish, one price and only available while it lasts! And remember... for just one night! $10 per plate. No reservations necessary but remember it’s first come, first served. Dinner starts at 6:00pm and goes until we run out!
Tonight's Menu: Tomato Bread, Spanish Gazpacho with Manchego Foam, “Canelones de Carne” (Meat Cannelloni)
Join us for our weekly children's Story Time! Each week on Saturday mornings at 10:30am Miss Debi will set up shop in the Kid's Nook to read stories of adventure, mayhem, and joy. As always, a story time treat will be provided by The Chocolate Moose.
We’re celebrating Indie Bookstore Day with some great author events, starting off with John Seketa, and his Clemson Through The Eyes Of The Tiger, an anthology of stories from 75 different people who have worn the costume of the Clemson mascot. A signed copy makes the perfect gift for your big fan or recent Clemson grad. 1:30-3pm
Please join the Emrys Foundation here at M. Judson for a reading by poet Sarah Stickney. Her collection Portico is the the winner of the first annual Emrys Chapbook Prize.
Sarah holds an MFA from the University of New Hampshire. Her poems and translations have appeared both in the U.S. and abroad, in publications such as La Questione Romantica, Rhino, The Portland Review, Drunken Boat, Mudlark, The Notre Dame Review, Structo, Bateau, and others. Originally from Santa Fe, NM, she currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Stuckney currently teaches at St. John's College, Annapolis, MD.
"These poems are smart, savvy, and original. They will prompt 'a happy clapping' among their readers, accompanied by murmurs (and for the less timid: shouts) of delight." - Thomas Lux, 2016 judge
Meet Mary Camilla Judson, the namesake of the store. She is the patron saint of book lovers and boundary pushers.
A bookstore that is a literary hub is, to some, a necessity to a vibrant community. M.Judson is ready to be that hub.