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This is your literary and topical book discussion group in Central & North Phoenix! We choose to discuss books that have been reviewed on National Public Radio programming. We are in our fifth year of existence. Book selection is a collaborative process among the regularly attending members of the Meetup. If you enjoy and appreciate thoughtful discussion of literature, please join us. See below for our next month 's meeting and book choices. Occasionally we may have a social meeting such as a brunch or gathering to watch a movie related to a book we've read.

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Recent Meetups

  • 5 days ago · 7:00 PM

    Perspectives on Rural Life in the American West

    4 The Literati

    Selections: MY ANTONIA by Willa Cather (144 pp) and THE BARTENDER’S TALE by Ivan Doig (608 pp) Non-Fiction Recommendation: THE SOLACE OF OPEN SPACES by Gretel Ehrlich (... Learn more

  • April 15 · 7:00 PM

    Hamlet Redux

    9 The Literati | 5.00

    We're trying something new for those of us in the group who like non-fiction reads. We're including a recommended non-fiction book that fits with the topic. As always,... Learn more

  • March 18 · 7:00 PM

    Gaining Wisdom Through Adversity

    12 The Literati

    Selections: WIND, SAND, AND STARS by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (Memoir) and THE VOYAGE OF THE NARWHAL by Andrea Barrett “Extraordinary people survive under the most... Learn more

  • February 19 · 7:00 PM

    Looking for Paradise

    10 The Literati

    The selections for February are: Arcadia by Lauren Groff and The Other by David Guterson. The Utopian ideal, a kinder way of being in the world, has long been a siren... Learn more

  • January 15 · 7:00 PM

    Life: Ordinary or Extraordinary?

    7 The Literati

    The books selections for January 2016 are: Someone by Alice McDermott and Life After Life by Kate Atkinson Someone:  Nothing spectacular happens in Alice McDermott's... Learn more

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  • Sandra Riley founded Heard about it on NPR Book Club of Phoenix

    on July 7

 
Founded Jul 7, 2009
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