We continue our exploration of the rich diversity of the American experience with this National Book Award winner set on the Ojibwe reservation in contemporary North Dakota.
Wednesday, November 8, 6:00-7:00, Cultivate Cafe, 901 Elm St.
If you wish to order dinner at Cultivate, please arrive well before the kitchen closes at 6:00. We thank Cultivate for staying open late to host our discussion.
Read a New York Times review of The Round House here. The rest of the titles in this series are listed here. Please note that the author of our December title will be a First Wednesday reader Wednesday November 1, 7:15, at The Soap Gallery, 117 S. Champion St.
Food for Thought, our monthly book discussion, will take up Robert Olmstead’s historical novel, The Coldest Night.
Olmstead, recipient of NEA and Guggenheim fellowships, was a visiting writer to Lit Youngstown’s first Fall Literary Festival on September 30.
During his craft talk, he spoke about the ways people in the past were different from us, and ways they were the same, shaped by technology, opportunity and external events.
The Coldest Night is the last of the Coal Black Horse Trilogy, and follows a young man from the rural West to the Korean War. Read a New York Times review here.
We will meet at Cultivate Co-op Cafe, 901 Elm St., at our new day and time: Wednesday, October 11 at 6:00. If you would like to order dinner, please arrive well before the kitchen closes at 6:00.
Haven’t read the book yet? No worries. Join us.