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ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

ATXSciRead’s book pick for October is Bottle of Lies by Katherine Eban. ATXSciWri members will be able to meet her at the end of October for the Texas Book Festival! Join us on the third floor of BookPeople on Sunday, 10/6 at 4 pm to discuss! Get your copy at BookPeople for a 10% discount.

ATXSCIREAD: SCIENCE & NATURE BOOK CLUB

ATXSCIREAD: SCIENCE & NATURE BOOK CLUB

Austin Texas Science Writers (ATXSciWri) launched a science + nature writing book club in collaboration with BookPeople, ATXSciRead. For September, we’ll discuss BRAIDING SWEETGRASS by Robin Wall Kimmerer, a botanist and member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. If you’re in Austin for Labor Day weekend, join us at BookPeople on Sunday, 9/1 at 4 pm to discuss! Get your copy at BookPeople for a 10% discount.

We’ll revisit the classics and explore cutting-edge titles, from neuroscience to natural history, astrophysics to animal behavior. ATXSciRead (usually) meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 pm. Upcoming meetings and titles (determined by book club members via ranked choice voting):

 

UPCOMING TITLES

September, 9/1: Robin Wall Kimmerer — Braiding Sweetgrass

Email atxsciwri [at] gmail dot com if you have any questions.

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

Save the date: Sunday, 8/4 at 4-5 pm on the third floor of BookPeople (use the back elevators).

Austin Texas Science Writers (ATXSciWri) launched a science + nature writing book club in collaboration with BookPeople, ATXSciRead. This month, we’ll discuss WHY YOU EAT WHAT YOU EAT: THE SCIENCE BEHIND OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD by Rachel Herz. Head to BookPeople for 10% off if you mention the club or order online here.

We’ll revisit the classics and explore cutting-edge titles, from neuroscience to natural history, astrophysics to animal behavior. ATXSciRead meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 pm. Upcoming meetings and titles (determined by book club members via ranked choice voting):

 

Email atxsciwri [at] gmail dot com if you have any questions.

*DATE/TIME CHANGE* ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

*DATE/TIME CHANGE* ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

cover of the book, radium girls, with event info that's described below

Save the date: Sunday, 7/14 at 3-4 pm on the third floor of BookPeople (use the back elevators). NOTICE THE CHANGE IN DATE AND TIME: 3 pm, not the usual 4 pm on the second Sunday. Enjoy your fourth of July!

Austin Texas Science Writers (ATXSciWri) launched a science + nature writing book club in collaboration with BookPeople, ATXSciRead.  This month, we’ll discuss RADIUM GIRLS by Kate Moore. Head to BookPeople for 10% off if you mention the club or order online.

 

We’ll revisit the classics and explore cutting-edge titles, from neuroscience to natural history, astrophysics to animal behavior. ATXSciRead (usually) meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 pm. Upcoming meetings and titles (determined by book club members via ranked choice voting):

 

UPCOMING TITLES

July, 7/14:  Kate Moore, RADIUM GIRLS

August, 8/4: Rachel Herz — Why You Eat What You Eat

September, 9/1: Robin Wall Kimmerer — Braiding Sweetgrass

Email atxsciwri [at] gmail dot com if you have any questions.

 

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

Save the date: Sunday, 5/5 at 4-5 pm on the third floor of BookPeople (use the back elevators).

Austin Texas Science Writers (ATXSciWri) launched a science + nature writing book club in collaboration with BookPeople, ATXSciRead.  This month, we’ll discuss SAPIENS: A BRIEF HISTORY OF HUMANKIND by Yuval Noah. It’s #7 on Amazon Charts this week. Head to BookPeople for 10% off if you mention the club or order online here.

We’ll revisit the classics and explore cutting-edge titles, from neuroscience to natural history, astrophysics to animal behavior. ATXSciRead meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 pm. Upcoming meetings and titles (determined by book club members via ranked choice voting):

 

UPCOMING TITLES

June, 6/2: John McPhee, THE CONTROL OF NATURE

July 7/7:  Kate Moore, RADIUM GIRLS

Email atxsciwri [at] gmail dot com if you have any questions.

 

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

Austin Texas Science Writers (ATXSciWri) launched a science + nature writing book club in collaboration with BookPeople, ATXSciRead.

 

For the month of April, we’ll discuss a classic: Carl Sagan’s Cosmos. Head to BookPeople for 10% off if you mention the club or it order online through this link. Save the date: Sunday, 4/7 at 4 pm on the third floor of BookPeople (use the back elevators).We’ll revisit the classics and explore cutting-edge titles, from neuroscience to natural history, astrophysics to animal behavior. ATXSciRead meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 pm.

 

Upcoming meetings and titles (determined by book club members via ranked choice voting):

MAY

Sunday, 5/3 at 4pm: Yuval Noah’s Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

Join now and help vote on the titles for June and July. We’re considering a geology title for June. Email atxsciwri [at] gmail dot com if you want to have input.

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

Austin Texas Science Writers (ATXSciWri) launched a science + nature writing book club in collaboration with BookPeople, ATXSciRead.  In theme of the science of writing, we’ll discuss Alice Flaherty’s THE MIDNIGHT DISEASE: THE DRIVE TO WRITE, WRITER’S BLOCK, AND THE CREATIVE BRAIN. Head to BookPeople for 10% off if you mention the club or order online through the link. Save the date: Sunday, 3/3 at 4 pm on the third floor of BookPeople (use the back elevators).

We’ll revisit the classics and explore cutting-edge titles, from neuroscience to natural history, astrophysics to animal behavior. ATXSciRead meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 pm.

Upcoming meetings and titles (determined by book club members via ranked choice voting):


MARCH
Sunday, 3/3 at 4pm: Alice Flaherty’s THE MIDNIGHT DISEASE: THE DRIVE TO WRITE, WRITER’S BLOCK, AND THE CREATIVE BRAIN
ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

ATXSciRead: Science & Nature Book Club

Austin Texas Science Writers (ATXSciWri) launched a science + nature writing book club in collaboration with BookPeople, ATXSciRead.  In theme with Valentine’s Day, in February we’ll discuss Christopher Ryan’s SEX AT DAWN: HOW WE MATE, WHY WE STRAY, AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR MODERN RELATIONSHIPS. Head to BookPeople for 10% off if you mention the club or order online through the link. Save the date: Sunday, 2/3 at 4 pm on the third floor of BookPeople (use the back elevators).

We’ll revisit the classics and explore cutting-edge titles, from neuroscience to natural history, astrophysics to animal behavior. ATXSciRead meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 pm.

Upcoming meetings and titles (determined by book club members via ranked choice voting):

 

FEBRUARY

Sunday, 2/3 at 4pm: Christopher Ryan’s SEX AT DAWN: HOW WE MATE, WHY WE STRAY, AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR MODERN RELATIONSHIPS

 

MARCH

Sunday, 3/3 at 4pm: Alice Flaherty’s THE MIDNIGHT DISEASE: THE DRIVE TO WRITE, WRITER’S BLOCK, AND THE CREATIVE BRAIN