KMUW Literary Feast Book Club

Meeting Date:  second Friday of each month

Time:  6:00 p.m.

Place:  Inglenook (upstairs) & Starry Night Room (downstairs)

Leaders:  staff from KMUW & Watermark Books

Literary Feast participants meet on the second Friday of each month, beginning with a social at 6:00 p.m. They enjoy dinner together with a special menu; then, over dessert, they take part in a book discussion led by KMUW and Watermark Books staff. Tickets are available for $12 at the Watermark book counter or by calling (316) 682-1181. 

The KMUW staff--Lu Stephens and Sarah Jane Crespo--will be making the book selections for each month!  Look for their "by-lines" below.

For archives of what the members of the KMUW Literary Feast have read in the past, click here

$27.95
ISBN: 9780393239300
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: W. W. Norton & Company - April 13th, 2015

Lu's Pick!  August 14, 2015:  Beyond: Our Future in Space by Chris Impey

I heard Chris Impey on Fresh Air and I was completely captivated. It was the perfect example of a "driveway moment," and Impey drew me in with stories about what we've done and the wonder of what is still to come. Lee Billings of the New York Times says it better than I can: "Expansive and enlightening...Impey is not only a skilled scientist who studies active galactic nuclei, he's also an adept and prolific communicator, who packs his prose with wonderful anecdotes and weird factoids...[Beyond's] concluding section...offers more plausible ideas than can be found in whole shelves of futuristic science fiction." 

 

 


$25.00
ISBN: 9781620408988
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Bloomsbury USA - January 20th, 2015

Sarah Jane's Pick!  September 11, 2015:  Don't Let Him Know by Sandip Roy

If you're a longtime Morning Edition listener, you've probably heard commentator Sandip Roy on KMUW. Now, Roy has written a novel that goes from Calcutta to California and back again. It sounds rich, lovely, and honest as it addresses family, culture, and both the secrets we keep and the sacrifices we make for the ones we love. Plus, as far as I'm concerned, anything written by an NPR contributor deserves a special look.