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Eat. Drink. Read. is a book club for young adult readers in the DC metro area. We are always accepting open-mided avid readers who are interested in expanding their minds and their friendship circles. In the club we read fiction and non-fiction books

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This group is for anyone who likes to sit around with a glass of wine and discuss a good book. This is intended to be a casual group with people who enjoy reading and are looking to meet some cool new people in the Baltimore area. We are open to expl

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About Us This is about anyone interested in reading books and discussion about books, human, society, current affair, trends, art, etc. It's time to enjoy urban living, share your thoughts, being open-minded, be inspired, and meet new friends who hav

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William Street Readers
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Hi! This group is a friendly bunch of readers leaning toward the literary end of the reading spectrum. If you like unconventional, even iconoclastic, books, aren't too dogmatic or too easily offended, this group may be worth a try. NOTE: No racists o

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This is Austin's only bookclub dedicated to classical literature from all different eras. Have you wanted to read Huckleberry Finn and be able to discuss it with other nerds? Or actually read the books you were assigned in high school English? Maybe

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Cool Nerds
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Curated by many of Calgary's social and environmental groups, this discussion group puts the biggest issues in the context of the best new and iconic titles. These are the books that are charting the progress of localism, the economy, technology, and

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Inspired Thinkers
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when I left my native home, I left a fantastic group of 40-something women who would gather every week to discuss whatever book the group was reading at the time. we were a group of old punks who'd grown up, but hold tightly to our love of rockin, re

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middle aged punk ladies who read
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Hosted at a coffee house in the area we can all meet up at. We get together usual on Saturdays after 6. Its a meet up for people with common interests, who might have books that the other wants to read or have read the same book and just want to talk

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Book enthusiasts
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QUBC reviews books from various genres (both fiction and non-fiction). Many of the books reviewed are urban themed. Books are voted upon by club members. Supplementary activities are also incorporated into club meetings on a regular basis. Discussion­

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QUBC members
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The World Readers Book Club is for book lovers who want to explore the lives of people in the Diaspora. Together we'll set off to Haiti with Edwidge Danticat, pre-colonial Nigeria with Chinua Achebe, or the Dominican Republic with Julia Alvarez and J

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World Readers

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January 24, 2014

when I left my native home, I left a fantastic group of 40-something women who would gather every week to discuss whatever book the group was reading at the time. we were a group of old punks who'd grown up, but hold tightly to our love of rockin, re

35
middle aged punk ladies who read
January 10, 2014

Hosted at a coffee house in the area we can all meet up at. We get together usual on Saturdays after 6. Its a meet up for people with common interests, who might have books that the other wants to read or have read the same book and just want to talk

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Book enthusiasts
October 9, 2013

This group is for anyone who likes to sit around with a glass of wine and discuss a good book. This is intended to be a casual group with people who enjoy reading and are looking to meet some cool new people in the Baltimore area. We are open to expl

145
Members
August 21, 2013

Curated by many of Calgary's social and environmental groups, this discussion group puts the biggest issues in the context of the best new and iconic titles. These are the books that are charting the progress of localism, the economy, technology, and

45
Inspired Thinkers
July 12, 2013

On the 15th we discuss a book. Meetings are informal and an opportunity to connect with topical non-fiction books and the people who read them. Meeting time is 7:00 PM to about 8:30. Meeting location is Tandy's Top Shelf, 1 Eagle Square, Concord, New

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Readers, Innovators, Writers
June 6, 2013

The World Readers Book Club is for book lovers who want to explore the lives of people in the Diaspora. Together we'll set off to Haiti with Edwidge Danticat, pre-colonial Nigeria with Chinua Achebe, or the Dominican Republic with Julia Alvarez and J

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World Readers
January 11, 2013

Eat. Drink. Read. is a book club for young adult readers in the DC metro area. We are always accepting open-mided avid readers who are interested in expanding their minds and their friendship circles. In the club we read fiction and non-fiction books

276
Readers
December 16, 2012

About Us This is about anyone interested in reading books and discussion about books, human, society, current affair, trends, art, etc. It's time to enjoy urban living, share your thoughts, being open-minded, be inspired, and meet new friends who hav

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William Street Readers
November 24, 2012

This is Austin's only bookclub dedicated to classical literature from all different eras. Have you wanted to read Huckleberry Finn and be able to discuss it with other nerds? Or actually read the books you were assigned in high school English? Maybe

105
Cool Nerds
December 11, 2011

Hi! This group is a friendly bunch of readers leaning toward the literary end of the reading spectrum. If you like unconventional, even iconoclastic, books, aren't too dogmatic or too easily offended, this group may be worth a try. NOTE: No racists o

126
Members
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