Join the club for a lively book conversation every month.

What's great about this book club? The conversations will be facilitated by an expert who can help us go deeper into text. But academic, it's not! We promise a nice comfortable setting, refreshments, and a neighborly chat about a good book.

All Over the Page happens once a month on a Monday evening at 6:30 in the Lawson McGhee Library meeting room. For more information, call Anna Leah Keene at 865-215-8721.

Sponsored by Friends of the Library.

Our next program

All Over the Page book discussion

We'll have a librarian-led discussion of Scribe by Alyson Carol Hagy on Monday, September 9 at 6:30 in the Lawson McGhee Library meeting room.

Scribe is set sometime in the future after the United States has been crippled by both a civil war and contagious fevers. Trade has reverted to the barter system and the unnamed main character uses her writing skills to survive on her family’s farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains. She has come to terms with her neighbors while a migrant group temporarily camps out on her land. An odd request for a letter from someone whose intentions are not clear stirs up memories and sets in motion a harrowing series of events. Alyson Hagy’s novel is slender in length but its powerful storytelling will stay with you long after you’ve finished.

Upcoming selections for All Over the Page