St. Mary’s Book Discussion Group | February 1 at 7 PM

We meet from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in The Marshall Dining Room on the first Monday of each month

The book for this month is   Holy Envy, by Barbara Brown Taylor (2019, 238 pgs.)
                      -the author recalls teaching world religions to college students in rural Georgia
                      (AN UNREAD HOLDOVER FROM LAST SESSION)

 The reading list for the balance of the year is below:               

   Mar  1      Invisible Women:  Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, by Caroline Criado-Perez
                    (2019, 411 pgs.)
                    -in a world largely built by and for men, how half the population is systematically
                     ignored

Apr 5        There, There, by Tommy Orange (2018, 290 pgs.)
                     -12 urban Native Americans travel to Oakland for a powwow, in this 2019
                       Pulitzer Prize finalist for fiction
                    (AN UNREAD HOLDOVER FROM LAST SESSION)

May 3       When Breath Becomes Air, by Paul Kalanithi  (2016, 228 pgs.)
                       -a terminally ill physician muses on the meaning of life in this memoir

June 7       American Dirt, by Jeannie Cummins (2019, 386 pgs.)
                       -in this controversial novel, a middle class woman and her son flee from
                         a drug cartel and become Mexican migrants heading north