Book Clubs & Discussion Groups: Book Discussion Resource Center
Do you love to read? Do you and your friends meet to discuss the most recent book? Get some tips, tools and tricks for finding your next great read! And, make your book discussion group one of the best.
Containing a diverse selection of books to choose from, this guide explains why titles are book-club worthy, and includes discussion points and facts, and partner books. It offers suggestions on books that complement each other with interlinking themes, and tips on similar titles that might also prove a hit.
A practical guide ot creating and maintaining a reading group presents dozens of innovative ideas on how to enhance the book club experience, along with a list of ten key titles in a variety of literary genres, including Book Club Favorites, Classic Lit, Noir Lit, and Memoir, along with tips on them gatherings, special places for meetings, drink and food recipes, and more.
The American Poetry Review reaches a worldwide audience six times a year with the finest contemporary poetry, columns, interviews, photos, translations, and reviews. Every issue includes new voices, established masters, and exciting new translations.
Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) encourages and stimulates excellence in journalism in the service of a free society. Published by Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, CJR examines press performance as well as the forces that affect it. The bimonthly magazine offers a deliberative mix of reporting, analysis, criticism, and commentary.
At ForeWord Reviews, we love books and the art of great storytelling. We discover, curate, critique, and share a collection of new indie book reviews and feature articles, so everyone can experience something exciting, insightful, and satisfying.
Within its pages, our readers find provocative essays on the literary life, practical guidance for getting published and pursuing writing careers, in-depth profiles of poets, fiction writers, and writers of creative nonfiction, and conversation among fellow professionals.
The Literary Classics Online Book Club is specially tailored for people who enjoy reading and talking about classic literature. Each year, we will select six classic books to read and discuss. Throughout each book’s first month, participants can read the book and we will also post fun and interesting facts about that literary classic on the club’s social-media outlets. The second month we will post discussion questions for participants to read and comment on.
Beacon Press has developed a selection of reading group guides perfect for book groups and community discussions. Titles are organized by fiction/nonfiction and alphabetized by author's last name within those categories.
A good book does more than simply entertain - it leaves you mentally richer than when you started it. BookBrowse seeks out these gems from both established writers and first time authors - novels that whisk you to unfamiliar times and places, thrillers that are more than just 'page-turners', and thought-provoking non-fiction that entertains as it informs.
Goodreads is a free website for book lovers. Imagine it as a large library that you can wander through and see everyone's bookshelves, their reviews, and their ratings. You can also post your own reviews and catalog what you have read, are currently reading, and plan to read in the future. Don’t stop there – join a discussion group, start a book club, contact an author, and even post your own writing.