TALK discussions immerse you in story and introduce new perspectives. This month we discuss Epitaph for a Peach by David Mas Masumoto as part of the Food for Thought series. Facilitated by Dr. Sara Tucker. Sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council. Email email@example.com for info.
Talk lit with this book group for readers in their 20s and 30s. This month we'll discuss Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Quiet Type Book Club invites you to an hour of companionable reading silence. Bring a book (or any reading material) and relax in the company of fellow book lovers while enjoying local food and drink. Members can share what they're reading and their latest recommendations with the group, though this is not required.
Discuss books in a unique atmosphere. Explore interesting literature, authors, fun people, good food and book-themed drink specials. Email email@example.com for upcoming titles. [21+]
Discuss 2Book Topeka selection Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, a dystopian science fiction novel set in 2044. Wade Watts searches a virtual reality game for an Easter egg that would lead him to inherit a fortune in a world wrecked by an energy crisis.
Stories can be better when told with the written word and an artist's brush. Read in advance and be part of the panel at Gatekeeper Hobbies. Check Hoopla for Adulthood Is A Myth: A Sarah's Scribbles Collection. These small comics deal with the hazards of life and what goes on inside your head. all ages
Chat about what you're reading in this neighborhood book club. This month we'll discuss All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Use your own book or pick one up at the Crestview Community Center. To register call Crestview at 785-251-2960.
At the second of three 2Book Topeka discussions we'll talk about Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Who was your favorite character? Do you think it could really happen? You'll want to share your thoughts after finishing this epic read.
Discuss The Girls of Atomic City by Denise Kiernan. This book highlights the role of women recruited to work on a top secret project in Tennessee during World War II. None of them knew what they were working on until the atomic bomb was detonated in Japan.
TALK discussions immerse you in story and introduce new perspectives. This month we discuss Miriam's Kitchen by Elizabeth Ehrlich as part of the Food for Thought series. Facilitated by Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg. Sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for info.