Women’s Book Club (In Person)

This peer-led Book Club welcomes lesbian, bisexual, queer, transgender, and questioning women of all ages to join readers in a friendly, thought-provoking discussion related to the month’s book selection.

All book selections emphasize works written by and about women and vary in genre, ranging from non-fiction to poetry to historical literature to romance to science fiction to graphic novels.

  • When: 2nd Wednesday, 5-6:30 pm
  • Where: The Center Library, 3909 Centre St. San Diego, CA 92103
  • Contact: For more information on the group, please contact
  • Phone: ‪(619) 692-2077 x134

The April selection is: Yours for the Taking by Gabrielle Korn.
The year is 2050 Ava and her girlfriend live in what is left of Brooklyn, and though they love each other, it is hard to find happiness while the effect of climate change rapidly eclipses their world.

The May selection is: The poetry of Andrea Gibson.
Select any ten or so poems you like from this poet, and we will discuss them at the group meeting. The meanings of the poems to you do not have to be profound or deep, it can be just because you like it, and it sings to you. Or just attend the group and hear others read! Gibson is a poet and activist from Maine whose poetry focuses on LGBTQ+ topics, politics, gender norms, and social reform. They have published seven books, won several poetry slams and is Colorado’s Poet Laureate.

The June selection is: Ten Steps to Nanette by Hannah Gadsby.
The memoir from the Australian comedian who has sold out shows throughout the world. They have had shows on Netflix and is known for telling brutal honesty through laughter.”


Feb 14 2024


5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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