A copy of the book will be available to the 20 registrants.
Book Discussion on Amanda Elliot’s Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival & Hope in an American City
“I can’t escape this haunting, visceral, raw, intelligent & downright captivating beast of a book, even since finishing it it haunts me.” The BookWarren in BookReads
Book Discussion on Clint Smith’s How the Word is Passed
“Engaging and wise, this book combines history and reportage, poem and memoir. It is a deep lesson and a reckoning,” suggested author of Evicted, Matthew Desmond. Come join the discussion…
Save the Date, October 4th, 2022! Book Event with UW’s Patrick McBride, M.D.
The Luckiest Boy in the World is a tale of perseverance, strength, tenacity and humor. Join us for a personal and collegial favorite…
Join Ebling Book Club’s Discussion on Hidden Valley Road by Robert Kolker
From the Minneapolis Star Tribune: “Magisterial . . . A weave of gripping reportage and scientific detective story . . . Hidden Valley Road is destined to become a classic of narrative nonfiction.”
Ebling Book Club Discussion of Dreamland: The True Tale of American’s Opiate Epidemic
So many lives have been affected by the opiate epidemic…
Yaa Gyasi talks about Transcendent Kingdom. What a Go Big Read presentation this will be!
Join students, friends and colleagues for an evening with Yaa Gyasi…
Ebling Post’s Latest Edition
A new door, Book Clubs, research guides, awards, art, online resources, publications! Ebling staff has been rockin’ the last few months…
Transcendent Kingdom, Go Big Read for 2021-2022
Gyasi’s new novel, ‘Transcendent Kingdom,’ is a book of blazing brilliance,” says The Washington Post…and now, it is the 2021-2022 Go Big Read selection.
Join us for James
“Color is not a human or a personal reality; it is a political reality.” “The only thing white people have that black people need, or should want, is power—and no one holds power forever. White people cannot, in generality, be taken as models of how to live.” These and other powerful sentiments were written by Baldwin nearly 50 years ago, and they STILL bear discussion…