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As some of you already know, the Chicago Ethical Humanist Circle is starting a number of new weekly or monthly circles to provide opportunities for Humanists anywhere in the World to spend time discussing their special interests with others.
If you read the New Yorker’s short stories, reliably or infrequently or somewhere in between, or if you happened upon this week’s and would kinda like to hear what others thought about it, please join us for an hour digging into it! Of course, there's no obligation to be there every week.
Or if you remember a Humanist friend discussing one or more of same,
please share this with them.
This week's New Yorker short story is "Featherweight” by Sterling HolyWhiteMountain.
The story: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/04/05/featherweight
The story read by the author: https://www.newyorker.com/podcast/the-authors-voice/sterling-holywhitemountain-reads-featherweight
See you Sunday at 4 pm Central!
Do you read the New Yorker’s short stories, reliably or infrequently or somewhere in between?
Do you have a Humanist friend who is a devotee?
Every Sunday afternoon we gather to discuss that week's story.
We're based in Chicago but welcome Humanists from everywhere.
This week's New Yorker short story is “Separation” by Clare Sestanovich, from the April 12th print issue and on line:
The story: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/04/12/separation
See you Sundays at 4 pm Central!