weird and wonderful book club

Tonight at 7pm, please join us for the Weird & Wonderful Book Club. We’ll be discussing Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita.

Our Weird & Wonderful Book Club is back! Join Conrad for our monthly celebration of stories: science fiction, speculative, fantasy, meta-, magical, and otherwise weird. This month we are reading Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita. 

City Lit’s Weird & Wonderful Book Club is a free event that meets regularly to celebrate all things sci-fiction, fantasy, magical realist, and otherwise strange. Copies of this month’s featured book are always available at City Lit Books. To reserve a spot for this month’s session (and want to help decide what will be featured next month) send Conrad an email at conrad@citylitbooks.com. 

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“In the years since I’d first started reading Arty’s Missives, it had become one of the most popular blogs on the Internet, now logging several million hits a day. And Art3mis was now something of a celebrity, at least in gunter circles. But fame hadn’t gone to her head. Her writing was still as funny and self-deprecating as ever. Her newest blog post was titled "The John Hughes Blues,” and it was an in-depth treatise on her six favorite John Hughes teen movies, which she divided into two separated trilogies: The “Dorky Girl Fantasies” trilogy (Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, and Some Kind of Wonderful) and the “Dorky Boy Fantasies” trilogy (The Breakfast Club, Weird Science, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off).“