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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