Meet kindred book lovers in the Denver Book Club Meetup Group. You'll read and discuss a selected book every month as we alternate between fiction and nonfiction.
For a list of the books we've read since 2007, please click here.
Books are chosen democratically by the members themselves through monthly nominations and votes. We only read books available in used bookstores and libraries. We do not allow any marketing messages at any time. Our choice to be a "commercial-free zone" helps explain why we have more than 800 members. The main reasons are great people and lively conversations at our gatherings.
We meet the third Thursday evening of every month in the historic Denver Press Club downtown. We ask $3 per person at the door, and no one is turned away. You do not need to read all or any of the selected book to attend and enjoy the conversation.
Please join us to laugh, share wisdom, gain insights, and make wonderful new friends!
Amazon Links to Current Book Nominations
<br> CLICK ON "POLLS" TO VOTE FOR UPCOMING BOOKS TO BE DISCUSSED (Under the "More" drop-down menu above.)
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AUTHORS & PUBLICISTS: Please do NOT send marketing pitches to organizers. CLICK HERE!
Select More...Polls to Vote for Upcoming Books to be Discussed (on the Menu above)
July 15 · 7:00 PM
July Fiction Book Group
THE ROUND HOUSE by Louise Erdrich is a National Book Award winning novel of suspense around an Ojibwe reservation boy coming to terms with a terrible crime that forever... Learn more
June 17 · 7:00 PM
June Non-Fiction Book Group
THE WRIGHT BROTHERS by David McCullough tells the story of 2 bicycle mechanics and life-long bachelors who were not merely eccentric, but visionary. McCullough recounts... Learn more
May 20 · 7:00 PM
May Fiction Book Group
THE BARTENDER'S TALE by Ivan Doig is set in 1960 as Tom Harry, a beloved, no-nonsense bartender in a small Montana town is working long hours to raise his 12 year old... Learn more
April 15 · 7:00 PM
April Non-Fiction Book Group
In THE UNIVERSE IN A NUTSHELL by Stephen Hawking, we are taken to the cutting edge of theoretical physics, where truth is often stranger than fiction. Hawking explains... Learn more
March 18 · 7:00 PM
March Fiction Book Group
THE INVENTION OF WINGS by Sue Monk Kidd is written from an actual story of the pre-Civil War abolitionist movement as told by a young slave named Handful and her... Learn more