for Guys Who Read
From classics to sci-fi, poetry and short stories to novels and non-fiction, these guys meet once a month over food and drinks to discuss books, music, movies, and anything else that comes up.
NOTE: ALL are welcome - everyone who shows up is an honorary guy! This book club typically meets off-site, rather than in-store. Email Raphael at email@example.com for more info.
We’re meeting next on Thursday, June 15th at 7:00pm. We’ll be discussing These Prisoning Hills by Christopher Rowe.
In July we'll be discussing Wait Till Next Year by Doris Kearns Goodwin.
In August we'll be discussing When We Cease to Understand the World by Benjamin Labatut.
In September we'll be discussing A Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel Allende.
In October we'll be discussing The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly.
In November we'll be discussing Vesper Flights by Helen MacDonald.
In December we'll be discussing Sharks in the Times of Saviors by Kawai Strong Washburn.
These Prisoning Hills is a post-apocalyptic Appalachian "weird fiction" novella by Hugo and Nebula Award nominee Christopher Rowe.
"Haunting and heartfelt, violent and vibrant."—Alix E. Harrow
Deallocate all implications,
Fortran harrows all the nations.
By the award-winning author of Team of Rivals and The Bully Pulpit, Wait Till Next Year is Doris Kearns Goodwin’s touching memoir of growing up in love with her family and baseball.
Set in the suburbs of New York in the 1950s, Wait Till Next Year re-creates the postwar era, when the corner store was a place to share stories and neighborhoods were equ
One of The New York Times Book Review’s 10 Best Books of 2021
Shortlisted for the 2021 International Booker Prize and the 2021 National Book Award for Translated Literature
A fictional examination of the lives of real-life scientists and thinkers whose discoveries resulted in moral consequences beyond their imagining.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • From the author of The House of the Spirits, this epic novel spanning decades and crossing continents follows two young people as they flee the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War in search of a place to call home.
Detective Harry Bosch was sure he'd shot the serial killer responsible for a string of murders in LA . . . but now, a new crime makes him question his convictions.
From the New York Times bestselling author of H is for Hawk and winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize for nonfiction, comes a transcendent collection of essays about the human relationship to the natural world.
WINNER OF THE 2020 PEN/HEMINGWAY AWARD FOR DEBUT NOVEL.