Book Discussion

What Role Does the Audience Play? – at Books On Main

Come join English Professor Caitlin Chester at her discussion at Books on Main – “Is the audience a character in the play?”, and “How does breaking the fourth wall help the audience connect with the characters?”

Our Town vs Salem’s Lot – at Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Join the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library at their book discussion. Stephen King was inspired by the “Our Town” plot and narrative structure when he wrote “Salem’s Lot.” The discussion will focus on the similarities between the two stories.

For more information on the Big Read Hopkinsville 2019, visit https://www.facebook.com/thebigreadhopkinsville .

Why Do We Love Our Town? – at Books On Main

Or don’t we? Writing tutor and flower farmer, Martha White, leads a discussion about what we love, or hate, about “Our Town.”

For more information on the Big Read Hopkinsville 2019, visit https://www.facebook.com/thebigreadhopkinsville .

The Historical Inspiration Behind “Our Town” – at Hopkinsville Community College

History Professor John Davis will examine the events taking place at the time that inspired the book Our Town and the comfort of nostalgia as a way to cope. Refreshments will be provided.

For more information on the Big Read Hopkinsville 2019, visit https://www.facebook.com/thebigreadhopkinsville .

Noon Book Club – at Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

The Library’s once-a-month Noon Book Club will meet and discuss this month’s book “Our Town.”

For more information on the Big Read Hopkinsville 2019, visit https://www.facebook.com/thebigreadhopkinsville .

Meet Author Joshua Douglas

Join the League of Women Voters at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library for a free presentation and book signing. Joshua A. Douglas, a professor at the UK College of Law, teaches and researches election law, civil procedure, constitutional law, and judicial decision making. He is an expert on US election law. In this new book, hot off the press on 4/9/19, Mr. Douglas presents an encouraging assessment of current efforts to make our voting system more accessible, reliable, and effective.