Join us 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 welcomes Clarence Vaughn III

Join Clarence Vaughn III on Monday, September 10 in the Lawson McGhee Library meeting room for a discussion of Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke.
Winner of the 2018 Edgar Award for Best Novel, Bluebird, Bluebird follows Darren Matthews, a black Texas Ranger, as he unravels the mystery of two murders in a small town in East Texas. The body of a black attorney from Chicago is discovered days before the body of a local white woman. In this rural town of less than 200 people, are these murders related? The deeper Matthews goes into this investigation, the more he realizes that his search for the truth is riddled with complications.
 Vaughn has a bachelor's in business from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and a Master of Business Administration in organizational management from Syracuse University. He has held management and leadership positions in various industries and currently serves as the Executive Director of the Police Advisory and Review Committee for the City of Knoxville.

Upcoming selections for All Over the Page