Tuesday Morning Booktalks

Join other book lovers at the downtown Madison Public Library for exciting discussions of world literature.
Session I: Remembering Maya Angelou
Mar 3 Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings led by Emily Auerbach
Mar 10 Maya Angelou, Collected Poems (led by Emily Auerbach, with guest readers from the UW Odyssey Project)
Mar 17 Maya Angelou, Collected Poems (continued) plus Letter to My Daughter (led by Emily Auerbach)
Session II: Of Love and War
Apr 7 Joseph Heller, Catch-22 (led by Marshall Cook)
Apr 14 Marshall Cook, Walking Wounded: A Wartime Love Story (led by Marshall Cook)
Apr 21 Mary Ann Shaffer, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (led by Emily Auerbach)

At a glance

What: Tuesday Morning Booktalks

When: T, Mar 3-Apr 21, 9:30-11am (no class Mar 24, Mar 31)

Where: Madison Public Library, 201 W Mifflin St, Madison, WI

Cost: 1 class: $14 | 1 session (3 classes): $34 | 2 sessions (6 classes): $60

Continuing education credit:

Facilitators:
Emily Auerbach
Marshall Cook

Register Online
or register by phone at
608-262-2451
Register anytime

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.