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K-State Today Student Edition

September 7, 2016



Join the K-State Book Club

By Sarah McGreer Hoyt

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Calling all readers! Whether you keep your library on your iPhone or are addicted to the smell of old books, the K-State Book Club is for you.

Unlike a traditional book club in which members all read the same book and convene for discussion, we simply get together twice a month to talk all things bookish. Occasionally we pick a broad theme for the evening; other times the chatter is more free-style. It doesn't matter if your favorites are graphic novels, Nadine Gordimer or John Grisham: you'll find plenty to discuss with your fellow bibliophiles.

Initial fall meetings are on the following Fridays at 3 p.m. in Hale Library:

  • Sept. 9: Initial interest meeting, 301 Hale Library. 
  • Sept. 30: Banned Books Week theme, 401 Hale Library. 
  • Oct. 14: "Spare Parts" theme, 301 Hale Library. 
  • Oct. 28: Halloween theme, location TBD. 

Questions? Contact Charissa Powell at powellc@k-state.edu or visit our Facebook page, The K-State Literati Book Club, and request to be added.