Variations on a Theme led by Beth Nichols (Club Price $87)
"Headin' to Cali" - Four books from different genres around one central theme. Novels and cookbooks, memoirs and histories, all in an effort see the big picture.

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Meeting Dates (6:30-8:00pm)

  • August 13- Cannery Row, John Steinbeck
  • September 10- I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, Michelle McNamara
  • October 8- The Japanese Lover, Isabel Allende
  • November 12- The Girl and the Fig, Sondra Bernstein

 


Southern Lit led by Lindsey Jones (Club Price $95)
Rich discussions about new fiction and non-fiction about the South, or written by people living in the South, and what it means to tell a Southern story.

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Meeting Dates (6:30-8:00pm)

  • August 22- The Hush, Josh Hart
  • September 12- Varina, Charles Frazier
  • October 10- An American Marriage, Tayri Jones
  • November 14- Potlikker Papers, John T. Edge

Poetry You Didn’t Know You Wanted To Read led by Kathleen Nalley (Club Price $78)

In a world where most of us communicate in 140 characters or less, why on earth aren’t we reading more poetry? Push aside those fears; today’s poetry is for the masses, and it’s ON FIRE.

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Meeting Dates (6:30-8:00pm)

  • August 20- Good Bones, Maggie Smith
  • September 17- American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin, Terrance Hayes
  • October 15- Wonderland, Matthew Dickman
  • November 19- Oceanic, Aimee Nezhukumatathil

Cookbooks led by Beth Ables (Club Price $106)
Recipes tell stories. We imagine the meals we’ll make when we read a cookbook, and there’s so much to learn about a culture from its food. In this group, we’ll read, imagine, learn and cook (which means we’ll also SAMPLE) for each meeting. Come hungry!

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Meeting Dates (6:30-8pm)

  • August 14- Something Old, Something New, Tamar Adler
  • September 18- Dining In, Allison Roman
  • October 9- Turnip Greens and Tortillas, Eddie Hernandez
  • November 13- Cake, Maria Kalman

Book Clubs are purchased as a package of books and are transacted in-store or online at M.Judson's website. We will contact you when the first book is available for pick up. The remaining books will be delivered at the first meeting.

If a participant already owns a copy of the book that will be discussed, he or she is welcome to swap out for a book in store of equal value at time of pick up. If giving the book club as a gift, a gift certificate will be created for the recipient.