Sign Up for a Reading Group
Readers, rejoice! It's time to announce the spectacular line-up of our 2017 Spring Reading Groups.
This season, you can read long (Thackeray’s Vanity Fair) or short (Henry James’s stories). You can experience the wonders of Postmodern Fiction and the menace of Literary Crime Novels. Silenced Voices will unearth characters muted in earlier masterpieces. Other groups will explore the writings of David Foster Wallace, or tackle thematic connections in Contemporary Young Adult Fiction, Passing Strange, and the Literature of Sociopolitical Derangement.
The winter/spring schedule has something for everyone, so find your new reading group on the full list below:
6-7:30 pm, Feb. 14-May 9; Second Tuesday of the month; four sessions.
led by William Mottolese
6-7:30 pm, Feb. 16-May 18; Third Thursday of the month; four sessions.
led by Sheila Kohler
6-7:30 pm, March 13-May 22; Mondays; six sessions.
led by Sheridan Hay
6-7:30 pm, April 13-May 11; Every Thursday; five sessions.
12:15-1:30pm; The second Thursday of every month
Free to members of The Center for Fiction
The following classes are already in session. If you're interested in joining one of them please contact Jon Michaud at firstname.lastname@example.org
led by Anka Muhlstein
6-7:30 pm Sept. 12, 2016-June, 2018; First or second Monday of the month; twenty sessions.
Full two years: $600 members, $700 nonmembers
First year: $350 members, $400 nonmembers
Fall 2016: $175 members, $200 nonmembers
led by David Gordon
6-7:30 pm, Jan. 23-May 1; Mondays; eight sessions.
led by Roxana Robinson, Pamela Erens, Matthew Thomas, and Ed Park
6-7:30pm, Jan. 25-May; Wednesdays; five sessions
led by Antonio Romani
6-7:30 pm, Jan. 30-April 10; Every other Monday; six sessions.
led by Joshua Gaylord
6-7:30 pm, Jan. 30-April 24; Every other Monday; seven sessions.
led by Anne Fernald
6-7:30 pm, Feb. 8-March 22, Every other Wed.; four sessions.
For more information, please contact Jon Michaud at email@example.com.