Our first Summer meeting will be on Friday, June 23rd. Meet us at 3pm in State Hall 326 to discuss Guy de Maupassant‘s short story, “The Horla.”
Even if you don’t read the story, we hope you’ll join us for some fiber arts fun. All levels of experience, from beginners to experts, are welcome.
Hope to see you there!
Our April meeting will be Friday, April 28th at 3pm in State Hall 326.
Come, take a break from your finals, and enjoy some fiber arts fun!
For our March meeting, we’ll be reading James Joyce‘s short story “The Dead.”
We’ll be meeting at a new time in the same space: Friday, March 31st at 4pm in State Hall 326, so go to the Rushton Undergraduate Conference and then stop by Knit Lit after!
Our February meeting will be Friday, February 24th at 3pm in State Hall 326. To celebrate all things romantic, we’ll be reading Marie de France’s Lanval (which many of you will be able to find in your Norton Anthology).
Even if you don’t do the reading, we hope you’ll join us for some good discussion, yummy treats and great fiber arts fun.
All experience levels are welcome!
Our January meeting will be on Friday, Jan. 27th at 3pm in SH 326. We’ll be reading Louise Erdrich’s Larose.
Even if you don’t get a chance to read it, though, we hope you’ll join us for some homemade goodies and fiber arts fun. All skill levels are welcome–from absolute beginners to experienced knitters and crocheters.
We hope you’ll join us for our December meeting on Friday, Dec. 9th at 3pm in State Hall 326. This month, we’re reading Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find.”
Even if you don’t read the short story, we hope you’ll join us for some homemade goodies, lively discussion and fiber arts fun.
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!
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!
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.
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.