WALK – Slow Down, Wake Up, and Connect at 1-3 Mph. Author event book signing and walk.
Jonathon Stalls (he, his) spent 242 days walking across the United States in 2010 and has continued to move alongside thousands of people for thousands of miles. He identifies as a ‘walking artist’ with his creative project, Intrinsic Paths. He also founded Walk2Connect in 2012. His work currently moves in the realms of pen and ink drawing, writing and poetry, storytelling with the Pedestrian Dignity project, economic and racial justice organizing, meditative practices, and creating/scouting long-distance walking routes. His first book, WALK – Slow Down, Wake Up & Connect at 1-3 Miles Per Hour (North Atlantic Books) was released on August 16, 2022. He is gay/queer and resides primarily in Denver, CO. Visit IntrinsicPaths.com and “Intrinsic Paths” on Patreon.com to learn more about his creative work.
A note about in person events:
We are very excited to bring authors and readers back together in our space, and we know you are too!
We ask that you use honesty, care, and understanding in interacting with fellow event-goers, staff, and authors.
Please note that Magers & Quinn will always comply with current city and state regulations, and reserves the right to change the below policies at any time. These are guidelines only, and if you have questions about the most up to date information, you can always call us at 612-822-4611.
For information about how our in-person events will work over the coming months, please read on:
Q: Are masks required?
A: Yes, masks are required at this event. Please wear a mask while in the event area and in the signing line, and during the hike, if attending.
Masks will be made available to those who do not bring one.
Q: Are in store events free?
A: Yes, Magers & Quinn events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Q: Do I need to RSVP?
A: Yes, please. Each event will now include a registration link.
As we navigate this step back to in-person events, we will be limiting event capacity to ensure a safe and comfortable experience for all attendees and authors. By requiring pre-registration, we can easily communicate event updates and policies with those who plan to attend, and can contact attendees after the event with follow-up information.
We strongly suggest registering via the Eventbrite link provided on our website, but if you are unable to sign up online, please call or visit the bookstore and register with a bookseller.
We may or may not be able to accommodate unregistered walk-ins, and seating priority will always be given to registered customers. We appreciate your understanding of this new process!