Next Meetup

Wed. Jan. 24, 7p: DISCUSSION # 10 of Wendell Berry's book "WHAT ARE PEOPLE FOR?"
Meeting # 10 (postponed one week, now Wed. January 24th, 7pm) : chapter "Feminism, the Body and the Machine" -- 19 pages. Please read material closely and come ready to discuss it. On each page, try to highlight a sentence or two that resonated with you... or, even better, that challenged you. We are curious; we'll share. Each weekly reading is being scanned and made available here for free. Simply click on the link below. ( And/or obtain your own book. Used copies at for $4 after shipping. Kindle e-book version for $4.) 10 sheets if you print out. =========================== For a couple of months, meet with Richard Waller and Guy Henoumont every Wednesday night at 7 pm at Guy's Mid-City apartment for an in-depth, soulful discussion of Wendell Berry's 1990 collection of short essays, WHAT ARE PEOPLE FOR? This is our 3rd book. =========================== Doors open at 6:45. We start discussion on time at 7p, so try to arrive a bit early. If you are going to be a no-show, change your RSVP or text Guy. If you are attending, you must RSVP. For more info, contact Guy Henoumont anytime at 504-460-9049 or at

GUY's APARTMENT in Mid-City/Faubourg St John

2746 St. Ann Street · New Orleans, LA

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What we're about

Public Group

This book club is for those people who aren't content with only reading and discussing the likes of popular classics and mainstream literature. If you are in the mood for something a bit edgy, rebellious, and/or eccentric, then you've come to the right place.

Focusing on revolutionary literature, cult classics, and less-mainstream topics and genres, we meet on a monthly basis in The Marigny at Flora's. Please join us for reading, conversation, debate, food, coffee and/or other tasty beverages.

(Film versions of books and or short stories will also be shown and discussed.)

WARNING: Some reading content may be controversial, graphic, explicit, obscene, and/or profane We ask that all members approach the readings and discussions with appropriate maturity and respect for others. However, this group is not for the squeamish or easily offended.

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