Browseabout Book Club

Browseabout Book Club, celebrating its 23rd year, discusses works of literary fiction, poetry, non-fiction and a range of genres. Members select works for their timely and timeless importance, uniqueness of perspective, and literary excellence. Discussions are inclusive, wide-ranging, and often fast-paced.  Booklovers are welcome any time!   

Join in the Browseabout Book Club Discussions on the third Sunday of the month, September through May, 3:30-5:00 p.m. Enjoy half-price hot beverages during our discussions. Members receive 10% discount on these titles at the Browseabout register.

September 22 (4th Sun)
Blaskey, Linda, White Horses (2019)         
From the revered regional poet, a much-awaited collection.

October 20
Powers, Richard, The Overstory (2018)
A monumental work of science, art, history and humanity.

November 17
Ko, Lisa, The Leavers (2017)
Exquisite and urgent mother-son story of undocumented immigrants.

December 15
Quinn, Kate, The Alice Network (2017)
A gripping tale of a female spy network spanning two World Wars

January 19 (MLK Wknd) 
Mahajan, Karan, The Association of Small Bombs (2016)
One act of terrorism in stereoscope from a compassionate new voice.

February 16 (Pres. Wknd)  
Owens, Delia, Where the Crawdads Sing (2018)
In Coastal Carolina marshes, beings and secrets hide and grow.

March 15
Miller, Madeline, Circe (2018)
The sorceress of Greek mythology, reimagined for our time.

April 19
Orleans, Susan, The Library Book (2018)
Passionate and heroic account of the devastating L.A. Library fire.


May 17
Morrison, Toni, The Source of Self-Regard (2019)
Essays, speeches and meditations from the Nobel Laureate.