Between the Lines: An Intersectional Book Club

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Between the Lines​ is a space for readers who want to make an effort to read, highlight, and discuss layered stories. We'll discuss our chosen book, and then look closer into the context that makes the book relevant to all of us, exploring, in community, the ways that fiction can help us see our world more clearly. 

Drop by before 5 pm to grab a drink or snack from Brewing Good, then join us to discuss the layers in our book of the month! We focus on works that address more than one perspective, in an effort to use literature to better understand the world around us. 

Join us the second Friday of the month from 5-6 pm. 

June - The House in the Cerulean Sea

July - The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

August - Iron Widow

September - The Daughter of Doctor Moreau

October - Amateur

November - The Firekeeper's Daughter


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