Gibson’s supports readers in many ways!
We have an in-store book club which we're hosting online during COVID. We also gather and coordinate information for dozens of local book clubs. We craft events of special interest to book clubs—for instance, publishers’ nights, in which major publishers send reps (via Zoom during the pandemic) to share their best new picks for book clubs.
If you’re in a club, please let us know what you’re reading and how to contact you! You can print and fill out this form (.pdf or .docx) to register your book club with us and to receive notice of exciting events you might like.
Now, here’s what we’re doing in the bookstore:
Our book club is open to all. We've chosen an eclectic, ambitious list of books for the coming year: join us for every meeting, or deal yourself in as the spirit moves you.
All meetings unless otherwise noted are on the first Monday of the month, and begin at 5:30.
Schedule of book club meetings for 2021-2022 (see below for book info):
- September 13th, 2021: The Thursday Murder Club, by Richard Osman
- October 4th, 2021: Less, by Andrew Sean Greer
- November 1st, 2021: Piranesi, by Susanna Clark
- December 6th, 2021: The Inquisitor's Tale, by Adam Gidwitz
- January 3rd, 2022: Culture Warlords, by Talia Lavin
- February 7th, 2022: Interior Chinatown, by Charles Yu
- March 7th, 2022: Blacktop Wasteland, by S.A. Cosby
- April 4th, 2022: These Fevered Days, by Martha Ackman
- May 2nd, 2022: Black Buck, by Mateo Askaripour
- June 6th, 2022: Double Whammy, by Carl Hiaasen
- July 11th, 2022: The Mysteries, by Marisa Silver
- August 1st, 2022: Pickapalooza! Come help us choose next year's book club picks.
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“Askaripour closes the deal on the first page of this mesmerizing novel, executing a high wire act full of verve and dark, comic energy.”
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