November

The next Knit/Lit meeting will be on Friday, November 18th, from 3-5 PM in 326 State Hall. 

 

We will be reading The Fixer by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. 

 

Even if you don’t get a chance to read the book, we hope you’ll stop by for good conversation, good food, and fiber fun!

 

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October: Frankenstein and Misery

We have a double feature, of sorts, for October.

At 3pm on Friday, Oct. 21st, we’ll be having our regular monthly meeting in State Hall 326 where we’ll be discussing Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.

Then, at 5pm, we will be co-sponsoring (with Kino Club 313) a screening of Misery in the Student Center.  More information on the screening forthcoming (be sure to keep an eye on the Kino Club 313 facebook page for updates).

We hope to see you there!

August: All the Birds in the Sky

We hope you’ll join us in August as we read Charlie Jane Ander’s All the Birds in the Sky.

Patricia Delfine has magical powers and can speak to birds; Laurence Armstead is a genius who has just invented a time machine.  They knew each other as kids and have only been recently reunited.  In the face of a series of global catastrophes, will they figure out how to use their gifts to save the world?

We’ll be meeting at 3pm on Friday, August 19th in State Hall 326.  We’ll have homemade goodies, lively discussion and plenty of fiber arts fun.

As always, feel free to stop by–even if you don’t read the book.  Any level of fiber arts experience welcome: from complete novices to experts.

 

July: Cinder

Join Knit Lit on Friday, July 22nd at 3pm in State Hall 326.  This month’s book is Cinder by Marissa Meyer.  Follow the cyborg protagonist Cinder through the streets of New Beijing in this futuristic take on the Cinderella tale.

But even if you don’t get a chance to read the book, we hope you’ll stop by for some homemade goodies and fiber arts fun.

June: Zombies vs. Unicorns

Our June meeting will be Friday, June 17th at 3pm in State Hall 326.  Our book for this month is the edited collection Zombies vs. Unicorns.

Even if you don’t get a chance to read the book, we hope you’ll stop by for some homemade goodies and fiber arts fun!

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Knit Lit will be meeting over the summer.  To kick things off, we’ll be meeting on Friday, May 20th at 3pm in State Hall 326.

Our book for May is Ransom Riggs’ Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.

But even if you don’t read the book, we hope you’ll stop by for some discussion, yummy homemade goodies, and fiber arts fun.

Nevermore.

Join Knit/Lit for our next meeting on Friday, April 15th at 3pm in SH 326.  For April, we are reading short stories and poems by Edgar Allan Poe

Wayne State members, just go to the library website and search for The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, and there is a link to a free collection available online.  We’ll be reading “The Fall of the House of Usher,” “The Black Cat,” and the “Raven,” along with anything else you’d like to take a look at.

As always, even if you don’t get to the reading, we hope you’ll join us for some knitting/crocheting, discussion, and yummy homemade treats.

See you in April!

“I am half agony, half hope…”

Join us on Friday, March 25th at 3pm in State Hall 326.  For our March meeting, we are reading Jane Austen’s Persuasion.

As usual, all members of the Wayne State community are welcome to attend.  If you have an interest in the fiber arts and enjoy good discussion and homemade goodies, we hope you’ll be able to come–even if you don’t read the book.

The Night Circus

Join us on Friday, February 5th at 3pm in State Hall 326 for some delicious homemade goodies and a discussion of Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus.

As always, any member of the Wayne State community with an interest in the fiber arts is welcome to come–even if you don’t read the book, you should stop by!

Station Eleven

Join us on Friday, January 15th at 3pm in State Hall 326 as we start off the Winter Semester with Emily St. John Mandel‘s bestseller Station Eleven.

What happens after a devastating flu pandemic wipes out most of civilization?  In Station Eleven, we’ll follow the Traveling Symphony as they try to keep art and humanity alive in a post-apocalyptic world.

As always, any member of the Wayne State community with an interest in the fiber arts–from complete beginners to seasoned experts–are welcome to attend.  Even if you don’t read the book, stop by for some homemade goodies and a fun discussion.