Let’s Talk Series

This summer the library started hosting a weekly book club and movie/tv club to discuss all of your favorite books, audiobooks, movies and television series! We are pleased to be able to offer this series again this fall! We cannot wait for you to join us, let us know what you think, give us your recommendations, meet our hosts and make new friends! All students, staff, faculty and public patrons are welcome to REGISTER HERE to reserve their seat today! You may also register by e-mailing us at library@reynolds.edu.

Next up we’ve got…
Let’s Talk Reads: American History (Fiction and Non-Fiction)
Join librarians Elizabeth and Talicia for a discussion on American History books, both fiction and non-fiction.
Wednesday Dec 9th 5-6PM!
register here!

Let’s Talk Screentime: Mysteries
Abby Kahler and Jackson Wright will be our facilitators for this discussion on the  western genre, with a focus on the movie, Django Unchained (2012). Join us for an opportunity to get some recs, make some friends, and most importantly to chat about movies and TV with other fans! We can’t wait to hear all of your favorites! Register to reserve your spot today!
Thursday Dec 10th 6:30-7:30PM
register here!

Upcoming Schedule:

Let’s Talk Reads!

Let’s Talk Screentime

Nov 4. No Meeting Th Nov 5
focus on Airplane! (1980)
We Nov 11
Indigenous Literature
(In celebration of Indigenous Heritage month!)
Th Nov 12
Martial Arts Films with a focus on Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
We Nov 18
“Pulp Fiction” (potboiler mysteries & Harlequin romances) Th Nov. 19
“Bad Movies”
focus on The Room (2003)


We Dec 2
True Crime and Thrillers Th Dec. 3
focus on Knives Out (2019)
We Dec. 9
American History fiction and non-fiction Th Dec. 10
focus on Django Unchained (2012)
Past Discussions
– Classic Sci Fi movies/tv, focus on Alien (1979)
– Favorite genres/books/authors, Quarantine reads kick-off
– Disaster movies/tv, focus on Jurassic Park (1993)
– Summer/Beach reads
– Coming of Age movies/tv, focus on Eighth Grade (2018)
– Middle Grade & Young Adult novels
– Rom-com movies/tv, focus on When Harry Met Sally (1989)
– Comics, Manga & Graphic Novels
– Horror movies/tv, focus on Get Out (2017)
– Ghost Stories
– Books vs Movies: Modern Sci Fi, focus on Blade Runner 2049 (2017) & Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968) by Philip K. Dick
– Romance novels and chick lit
– Children’s Movies, focus on An American Tail, 1986
– Action/Adventure Books
– Classics in Suspense (Film), focus on Strangers on a Train, 1951
– Books versus Movies: Stephen King adaptations
– Anime movies/series with Reynolds Anime Club, focus on Howl’s Moving Castle (2004)
– Parody film classics, focus on Airplane! (1980)
– Indigenous Literature
– Martial Arts Films (focus on Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2000)
– “Pulp Fiction” Lit
– “Bad Movies” (focus on Room 2003)
– True Crime & Thrillers
– Mystery (focus on Knives Out 2019)

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