May Book Club

Slow Food Denver Book Club

This month we will be discussing My Year of Meats by Ruth L. Ozeki. Considered the modern-day version of Upton Sinclair’s The JungleMy Year of Meats follows the story of a Japanese documentarian that produces a TV show sponsored by an American meat-exporting business, through her experience she uncovers some unsavory truths about love, fertility, and a dangerous hormone called DES.

May’s Selection

 
When: Tuesday May 10th 7-8:30pm
Where: Tattered Cover Colfax, 2526 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206
Details: please bring food and beverages to share!

Tuesday RSVP

When: Wednesday, May 11th 7-8:30pm
Where: Slow Food Denver office at the Source, 3350 Brighton Blvd #202, Denver 80216
Details: please bring food and beverages to share!

Wednesday RSVP

Be sure to check out our Slow Food Denver Book Club Page on our website!
Here you will find the book selections, dates and sign-ups for the rest of the year.

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