May: The Architecturally Macabre Book Club

May: The Architecturally Macabre Book Club


Hosted by AFSB Vice President, Selinda Tuttle.

“Personally, I prefer to read books—fiction or non-fiction—that feature the city as a character,” says the book club’s curator, AFSB Vice President Selinda Tuttle. “The only thing cooler than reading a book that reckons with a city is being able to talk about that book with people who find it just as worthy of conversation.”

May’s Book:
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
by John Berendt

Register through Eventbrite below to automatically get the ZOOM link for May’s book club meeting. 
Join the private Facebook group (same name) to interact with more book lovers!

Happy Reading!

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