Book clubs have been forming on the four corners of the internet and slowly spreading to the mainstream population. Adopted by artist like James Franco and Emma Stone, book clubs are slowly making their comeback.
We all know how book clubs work and we probably were members of one or two through middle school. The clubs went through an upgrade to fits today´s lifestyle, some of them became online book discussion forums or adopted eBook systems like Kindle and Nook. Regardless of the alterations, book clubs still cultivate the same idea of bringing a group of people together to discuss a piece of literature.
1. Our Shared Shelf
Our Shared Shelf was created by actress Emma Watson to spread the word and educate people on feminist and gender equality issues. The actress partnered with UN Women and every month they choose a book or essay and hold a discussion in last week of the month.
2. Bustle Book Club
Bustle is a news website which discussion topics range from politics to movie reviews to culinary recipes. Every month they choose to discuss books that are nostalgic and meaningful to us.
3. Women´s Lives Club
Every month the curators of WLC choose a biography of a notable women to be read. They hold and online discussion in the end of the month so all the readers can express their opinion and analyze the book. The easiest way to keep track of the club id through the hashtag #WLClub on any social media.
A post shared by The Flo +the Machine Book Club (@betweentwobooks) on Mar 17, 2017 at 7:51am PDT