From July to December, 2021, the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry will be the site of a Let’s Talk About It program, a book club to discuss 5 mystery and detective books set in Oklahoma. The program, sponsored by Oklahoma Humanities, brings people together to talk about books and share ideas and have meaningful conversations.
Each club meeting is on a Thursday night, starting at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments are provided.
The Old Buzzard Had It Coming by Donis Casey [ Scholar: Kurt Lively]
Letter from Home by Carolyn Hart [Scholar: Bill Corbett]
Capitol Offense by William Bernhardt [Scholar: Trisha Yarbrough]
Twisted Perception by Bob Avey [Scholar: Ruth Brelsford]
The American Café by Sara Sue Hoklotubbe [Scholar: Andrew Vassar]
Literary experts open each book discussion with a fresh analysis of the text, cultivating intrigue and curiosity. By revealing information about the author’s life, giving historical context, and shedding light on recurring themes throughout the book, they impart a deeper understanding of the readings and lay the groundwork for an illuminating exchange of ideas within the group.
Contact Us to Sign Up Today!
Meet people who share a love of reading! Come to one session, or join us for an entire series. Programs are free and open to all. Reading copies of the books are limited, so reserve yours today by coming by the museum during our open hours or making arrangements to pick up a book at ROMP Rummage, 112 E. Main, on days the museum is not open. Email SHAUN at ROMPoetry@gmail.com to reserve a book. You can read all of them and come to all 5 events or pick and choose.