New reading clubs in the Regional Library with Murcian authors


Jerónimo Tristante, Paco López Mengual, Ginés Sánchez, Charo Guarino and Miguel Ángel Hernández will participate

The offer of reading clubs of the Regional Library of Murcia (BRMU) will be more dynamic than ever in 2023. Any group of users, with no minimum number and a maximum of 20, can form their club. This is the main novelty. To do this, it is sufficient to send an email to the address [email protected], indicating the title of the work, the contact details of the responsible person, the dates when it will be take place, if meeting room and preference for physical or electronic book is requested.

For example, one of the new clubs will read ‘Espinosa Pardo’. Story of a Confidant’, by Paco López Mengual, in two sessions on February 22 and March 1. Another club will address Miguel Ángel Hernández’s latest work, ‘Anoxia’, with the author in two sessions scheduled for March 6 and 27. Similarly, another club with its writer will read the book ‘Las alegres’, the work of Ginés Sánchez, winner of the award for the best Murcian book of the year in 2020, in separate sessions to be held on February 3 and March 3. Jerónimo Tristante’s latest work, ’36’, will be the focus of another club’s sessions, which the writer will meet on February 1 and 15. The Murcian author will later coordinate a new group that will read ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, a famous work by Harper Lee.

The BRMU Comics Library is launching a comics reading club that begins “What You Fear Most,” by Ángel Abellán, featuring the author herself. This work addresses a current topic like mental health and addresses anxiety from personal experience. Charo Guarino, professor of Latin philology at UMU, coordinates the ‘Club Atenas’, aimed at lovers of the ancient world, which starts on 12 and 19 April with ‘La maestra de Sócrates’ by Laura Mas.

Source: La Verdad


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