The WOMAN ZONE Book Club - with titles and talk by, for and about women.
The WomanZoneBookClubis a really rich, rewarding opportunity for some lively discussion, debate and discovery, sharing books from our shelves crammed with titles for, by and about women, both local and international. Each month we invite a Guest Author to come and talk for around 40 mins or so - always fascinating to get author insights and great to be able to ask questions direct. We meet on the second Saturday of every month from 14h00 to 16h00 at the Woman Zone Library at the Artscape Theatre, ground floor next to the Box Office. All are welcome at any meeting.
How it works: We review the books borrowed last month and, over a cup of tea or coffee, chat about great reads and meet our Guest Author. Even if you haven't been before you can tell us what's on your bedside table. Then we browse the shelves of the Woman's Library and choose an enticing title (up to 3 per person) to borrow for the next month and return.
Tea and coffee served. Donation R30 Visit us on Facebook or Instagram for details of our next meeting or join our mailing list. WOMAN ZONE BOOK CLUB TEAM DESIREE-ANNE MARTIN An author, poet and word junkie, Desiree-Anne is also an addictions counselor and a recovering addict. We Don't Talk About IT. Ever. is her debut memoir. AMBRE NICHOLSON A reader, writer and editor with years of experience who believes stories can change the world. Author of A to Z of Amazing South African Women. SUSAN ZIEHL A freelance researcher, academic and writer, formerly associate professor at Rhodes University. LIBRARIAN TEAM BERYL EICHENBERGER Chief Librarian, book lover, promoter and key member of WZ THERESA SMITH Journalist, researcher and serious book babe works with the cataloguing AVIS FISHER A dedicated, super-organised book person who has worked in literature and research all her life. ANNA VAN DER RIET and ILSE AHRENDS Professional Librarian and Psychotherapist, social worker respectively, we should like to express our enormous gratitude and respect to Anna and Ilse for so efficiently getting the organisation and running of The Women’s Library off the ground, giving generously of their time and energy.