Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Fuse Spokane Diverse Voices Book Discussions: April 2018-November 2018 Reading List

Fuse Spokane Diverse Voices Book Club

(Meetings held at the Spokane Public Library, Downtown)


(Book titles below are hyperlinked to their pages on Auntie's Bookstore for easy shopping and holds.)

( June 13: Connecting Ideas among the books we’ve read ( July 11: Queer and Trans Artists of Color, interviews by Nia King
( August 8: Diverse Children’s Books and YA Books
Readers will bring in a diverse book to share and then donate to a local children/youth organization, library, or school.
( September 12: Queer Brown Voices: Personal Narratives of Latina/o LGBT Activism
October 10: Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado
November 14: Don’t Call Us Dead by Danez Smith
( December 12: TBA


Who can join? You can! Also, join our book group on Facebook for announcements, discussion, and reminders:
What does it cost? It's free, friend. All discussions are free and open to the public. Everyone is invited and should come having read the selected book. Discussions focus on the book's contents: style, topics, patterns, intentions, questions, and connections to our community and lives.

Why is it called the Fuse-Spokane book club? What's Fuse? Fuse is the largest progressive, non-profit organization in Washington State. For more information about Fuse, please visit their website:

Where can I find this month's book?