For those who love reading and discussion, this is the perfect entertainment. One hour each is devoted to a short story and an essay. There is always a lively, opinionated, and friendly atmosphere with a welcome for all participants. Come join us as we delve into the ever-fascinating world of short stories and essays created by some of the best writers who have put pen to paper. Here are the opening days reading: John McPhee, "The Search for Marvin Gardens," in Best American Essays of the Century, ed Joyce Carol Oates; Elizabeth Genovise, "Irises," in The O’Henry Prize Stories 2016.
No need to pre-enroll; just come to the first class session.