Want to be in a book club, but always run out of time to read the book? Short Story Happy Hour is for you. Because honestly? You can probably do the reading on the Metro to Eastern Market on the day of the meeting.
Join us for a short discussion of contemporary short fiction -- just one story a month. We'll have a drink, and maybe you'll discover a new favorite author.
For our January meeting, we'll be discussing "The Semplica Girl Diaries" by George Saunders, the Man-Booker Prize winning author of Lincoln in the Bardo. We have the collection, TENTH OF DECEMBER, in the store-- but you can also read the story here, in the New Yorker.