What we're about

If you love reading and discussing great literature (novels, short stories, and plays), this may be the group for you! I often find that discussing great works with others brings fresh insights and is much more fulfilling than reading on my own. We will also sometimes go see plays or movies based on classic literature. Please join us!

Upcoming events (4+)

In-Person Event: April is National Poetry Month: Bring a Beloved Poem to Discuss

Let’s discuss great poetry!

Free Play Reading: “The Sluggrz Make the Series,” by Max Langert

Hyde Park Theatre

THE SLUGG’RZ MAKE THE SERIES (free reading) by Max Langert
Sunday, April 16th at 7pm at Hyde Park Theatre
See the follow-up to FronteraFest’s 2020 Best of Fest hit SUNDAY SLUGG’RZ. This team of over-the-hill oddballs somehow makes it to the World Series of Softball and has to navigate their way through mishaps and drama to get to the final game. Will they make it? Not a chance in hell.
Come for the brilliant cast, stay for the cheap wine. Oh, and check out the play too.
(the reading is free, and there will be donation-based refreshments)

Marla will be outside or in the lobby with a Meetup Sign from 6:30 until 6:45 for folks who want to sit together.

“Pedro Páramo” by Juan Rulfo (Zoom)

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Let’s discuss Mexican author Juan Rulfo’s 1955 novel about a haunted village.

How our group works:

  • Read the book on your own. No worries If you don’t finish it
  • Come to the meeting
  • We’ll do intros and then get into the discussion. Did you love it, hate it or are you somewhere in between? Great! We want to hear your thoughts.

Zoom info:
If you need more info, please message Candice

In Person Event: Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez

Let's read this novel about complicated and enduring love. (368 pages)

Oprah fans can see more here: https://www.oprah.com/oprahsbookclub/love-in-the-time-of-cholera-by-gabriel-garcia-marquez

Past events (118)

“The Crucible” by Arthur Miller (Zoom)

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