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Do you like reading books that spark big ideas like the TED Talks? Add a glass of wine and join me for a monthly meetup. We will continue to offer a combined in store and Zoom discussions whenever possible. The Zoom link will be added a week before the discussion

Upcoming events (4+)

February - Members Choice- Deacon King Kong by James Mcbride

Reiter's Books

(Combined in store & Zoom meetup- link will be provided a week before the discussion)
From the author of the National Book Award–winning The Good Lord Bird and the bestselling modern classic The Color of Water, comes one of the most celebrated novels of the year.
“A mystery story, a crime novel, an urban farce, a sociological portrait of late-1960s Brooklyn: McBride’s novel contains multitudes… He conducts his antic symphony with deep feeling, never losing sight of the suffering and inequity within the merriment.” The New York Times, Top 10 Books of 2020

"Red Clocks: A Novel" by Leni Zumas

Reiter's Books

(Date and time subject to change)

### February 2018 Indie Next List

In this ferociously imaginative novel, abortion is once again illegal in America, in-vitro fertilization is banned, and the Personhood Amendment grants rights of life, liberty,W and property to every embryo.
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Washington Post article (January 2018)

April Members Choice- TBD

Reiter's Books

(Date and time subject to change)

Book to be chosen at the March Meetup

May Meetup:"The Line Becomes a River: " by Francisco Cantu

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(Date and time subject to change)
The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border

"A former Border Patrol agent's haunting experience of an unnatural divide and the lives caught on either side, struggling to cross or to defend it"--
About the author:
Francisco Cantú was an agent for the United States Border Patrol from 2008 to 2012, working in the deserts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. A former Fulbright fellow, he is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize, a 2017 Whiting Award, and a 2018 Art for Justice fellowship. His writing and translations have been featured in The New York Times, Best American Essays, Harper's, and Guernica , as well as on This American Life. He lives in Tucson and coordinates the Southwest Field Studies in Writing Program at the University of Arizona