Our current pick is Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World–and Why Things Are Better Than You Think by Hans Rosling. Our next book club will be September 11th at 8:00 PM on Zoom.
Book club is this Friday at 8:00PM on Zoom. Here are Jim’s picks: Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets by Svetlana Alexievich and Bela Shayevich When the Swedish Academy awarded Svetlana Alexievich the Nobel Prize, it cited her for inventing “a new kind of literary genre,” describing her work as “a history of emotions—a […]
Our current pick is Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S Thompson. Our next book club will be July 24th at 8:00 PM on Zoom.
Book Club is tonight at 8pm on Zoom. Here are Ryan’s picks: The Tradition by Jericho Brown Jericho Brown’s daring new book The Tradition details the normalization of evil and its history at the intersection of the past and the personal. Brown’s poetic concerns are both broad and intimate, and at their very core a distillation of […]
Hey all! I just read Blake Crouch’s new book Recursion. He is the author of Dark Matter, a previous club pick. Recursion was amazing! Must read. Got The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin, our pick for this month. I had it reserved at the library and expected to get it in like six weeks. […]
Our next pick is The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin. Our next Book Club will be June 19th at 8:00 PM on zoom. Ryan will be bringing the picks.
Book Club is tomorrow over Zoom. Here are Andrew’s picks: Braiding Sweetgrass by RobinWallKimmerer Fox 8: A Story by George Saunders The Painter: A novel by Peter Heller The City We Became: A Novel (The Great Cities Trilogy Book 1) by N. K. Jemisin Dead Astronauts: A Novel (Borne Book 2) by Jeff VanderMeer Here […]
Our next pick is The Time Machine by HG Wells (bonus points if you also read Reason by Asimov). Our next Book Club will be May 1st on Zoom at 8:00 PM. Andrew will be bringing the picks.
This Friday we’ll be having our first ever Zoom Book Club. The picks from Dan are below, and you should be able to find all of these digitally. Dry by Augusten Burroughs 293 pages (2004) (Memoir) You may not know it, but you’ve met Augusten Burroughs. You’ve seen him on the street, in bars, on […]
I just re-read the Dogstars and I am finding a box canyon and preparing water and weapons for the apocalypse. Half joke. Stay healthy