Every Thursday | 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Calling all culture junkies, political animals, and New Yorker magazine devotees and newbies alike; the library’s (new!) New Yorker discussion group meets every Thursday from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the Ewing Room. The “required readings” are chosen by group members weekly and posted to the library’s online calendar. Wood Library has a subscription to The New Yorker and electronic access through OverDrive. For more information email [email protected] Advance registration is appreciated.
On Thursday, September 3 we will be discussing the following selections from the AUGUST 24 issue: “Starting Over” by Malcolm Gladwell (pg. 32); “These Short, Dark Days” by Alice McDermott (pg. 58); and the poems “The Small Country” (pg. 36) and “Dissolution” (pg. 60). We will also be revisiting one story from the AUGUST 10 & 17 double issue: “Learning to Speak Lingerie” (pg. 56).