Feminist Book Club reads about the magnificent Dolly Parton this month, with Sarah Smarsh's She Come By It Natural.
This club reads an intersectional variety of feminist lit - fiction, non-fiction, memoirs, etc. - led by publisher Julia Callahan of Rare Bird Books. Join us for fresh insights, perspectives, challenges, and connection.
WE'VE GONE DIGITAL.
Book clubs are still a thing around here. You're stuck at home, but you're not alone.
Get your ticket here, email us your address, we'll mail you your book, and then we'll Zoom and talk about it. (Specific instructions follow after you've got your ticket.)
We're reading about Dolly Parton this month, with Sarah Smarsh's collection of essays examining her roots, legacy, brilliance, and grit.
HOW IT WORKS:
All book clubs require a ticket, and include the book and a dedicated moderator - to keep the discussion on track!
You can get your ticket thru the link on this page (*we'll ship the book to you!).
*Please send a mailing addy to bGFya2luICEgbGFzdGJvb2tzdG9yZSB8IGdtYWlsICEgY29t -- Do not try to pick up the book in person.
Julia Callahan has a BA in English Literature and European History from UC Santa Cruz. She started her publishing career in the Book Soup annex at age twenty-two. She worked her way through the ranks to become the Assistant Director of Marketing. In 2010, she left Book Soup for Rare Bird Books—a downtown L.A.-based publishing and literary publicity company—where she is the Director of Sales and Marketing, an acquiring editor, and does anything else that needs doing.