Tuesday Morning Booktalks
Join other book lovers at the downtown Madison Public Library for exciting discussions of world literature. Extensive handouts provided.
Session 1: A Century of Literary Nobel Prizes
Sept 16, Alice Munro, Dear Life (Nobel 2013), led by Emily Auerbach
Sept 23, William Faulkner, As I Lay Dying (Nobel 1949), led by Marshall Cook
Sept 30, Rudyard Kipling, Kim (Nobel 1907), led by Emily Auerbach
Session 2: Madison Happenings
Oct 14, Mary Zimmerman, The Odyssey: A Play (University Theatre production), led by Emily Auerbach
Oct 21, Malala Yousafzai, I Am Malala (campus Go Big Read selection), led by Emily Auerbach
Oct 28, Rex Owens, Murphy's Troubles (Booktalks author), led by Marshall Cook
At a glance
What: Tuesday Morning Booktalks
When: T, Sept 16-Oct 28, 9:30-11am (no class Oct 7)
Where: Madison Public Library, 201 W Mifflin St, Madison, WI
Cost: One class: $14 | One session (3 classes): $34 | Both sessions (6 classes): $60
or register by phone at
For additional information, contact
Emily Auerbach: 262-3733
Professors Emily Auerbach and Marshall Cook are winners of campus teaching awards, and broadcaster Jean Feraca is an award-winning author.
Need scholarship assistance? Please contact Emily Auerbach at 608-262-3733.