KCTS 9 Book Club - March
The KCTS 9 Book Club is a virtual* conversation event series, in collaboration with Third Place Books in Seattle and PBS Books.
Monthly book selections are made by a rotating group of Washington authors who will also host the virtual discussions. The twist: authors select books that aren't their own! Most months, books selected are fiction, but we may change it up once every so often. Themes correspond to current programming airing on KCTS 9.
Our March theme is "Women’s Experiences" and we'll be reading The Golden State by Lydia Kiesling. Angela Garbes will be the facilitator. The book selection complements these programs on KCTS 9:
- Beyond the Canvas: Women of Wonder on March 18 at 10:30 pm
- Call the Midwife Season 11 Premiere on March 20 at 8 pm
- Sanditon Season 2 Premiere on Masterpiece March 20 at 9 pm
- In Their Own Words: Angela Merkel on March 22 at 10 pm
- Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health on March 28 at 2:30 pm
- American Masters- Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir on March 29 at 1 pm
Books will be available for purchase through Third Place Books for a 20% discount**. Orders can be placed HERE and may be picked up in person at any Third Place Books location or shipped directly to you.
*You will receive a link to the virtual event in your reservation confirmation and in an email we send to you the day prior to the event.
**Discount applies only to physical copies for the month prior to the discussion. Audiobooks are available through www.Libro.fm. Should you need assistance locating a Braille copy or have budget restrictions, please contact KCTS 9 at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 443-5476. It is important to us that everyone who wants to participate is able to do so.
Attendees agree to abide by the Cascade Public Media Event Code of Conduct.
About the Facilitator:
Angela Garbes is the author of Like a Mother, an NPR Best Book of the Year and finalist for the Washington State Book Award in nonfiction. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Cut, New York, Bon Appétit, and featured on NPR's Fresh Air. She lives with her family on Beacon Hill. Her next book, Essential Labor: Mothering as Social Change, will be published in May 2022.