Join local authors Kit and Cathy Salter for a discussion of "Bettyville," this year's community reading book. Light refreshments will be served.
Join Stephens College President Dr. Dianne Lynch and her husband Philip Coleman to discuss "Bettyville." Coffee provided.
Join us as for a discussion of the community reading program runner-up, "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford.
Join Christina Ingoglia, assistant professor of English at Columbia College, for a discussion of "Bettyville." Hear her perspective on memoir-writing as a teacher of creative nonfiction.
In conjunction with Well Read Books, Dr. Betsy Tutt, vice president of academic affairs and dean of the graduate college at William Woods University, will lead a discussion of “Bettyville.” Books will be available for purchase.
A One Read tradition continues! Join Columbia Mayor Brian Treece to discuss this year's title, "Bettyville" by George Hodgman.
Bring your lunch and join us as for a discussion of the One Read runner-up "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford. This piece of historical fiction follows the memories of a Seattle man who lived through the racial tensions of the 1940s and had a forbidden friendship with a Japanese schoolmate.
Bring your lunch and join us for a discussion of "The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry" by Gabrielle Zevin. In this novel, A.J. Fikry, the irascible owner of Island Books, a store whose motto is "No Man Is an Island; Every Book Is a World," is about to discover a brand new version of his life that he never saw coming.
Bring a brown bag lunch and join us to discuss “The Remedy” by Thomas Goetz. When German scientist Robert Koch announced a cure for TB in 1882, Arthur Conan Doyle, then a small-town doctor in England and sometime writer, went to Berlin to cover the event and was horrified to surmise that Koch’s ‘cure’ was either sloppy science or outright fraud. Part biography and part scientific history, “The Remedy” explores the coincidental connection between two geniuses and the role personal ambition and relentless curiosity played in stopping the most lethal contagious disease in human history.