Welcome to Tattered Cover's Book Clubs!
We offer a wide variety of book clubs. Please check below for the perfect club for you!
We'll be launching more clubs at more stores soon.
Please email email@example.com with any questions you may have.
2nd Sundays | 3pm | Rotating Locations
This is a new book club as of January 2024. Hosted by the Aspen Grove Center and focusing on books helping shape the public conversation around literature in the public discourse, it will rotate where it meets among different locations in the mall. You can expect some of the splashiest titles to show up here, as well as some sleeper hits and obscure titles that are truly deserving of your eyeballs.
January 14 - Bright Young Women by Jessica Knoll (location: Tattered Cover Book Store, the 200 Block)
February 18* - Titanium Noir by Nick Harkaway (date moved to avoid coinciding with the Super Bowl)
March 10 - Emily Wilde's Encylopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett (location: Tattered Cover Book Store, the 200 Block)
April 14 - The Best Minds by Jonathan Rosen (location: Tattered Cover Book Store, the 200 Block)
May 12 - The Bee Sting by Paul Murray (location: Tattered Cover Book Store, the 200 Block)
You can find more information about this book club and sign up for updates on the Aspen Grove Center's website, and by following the mall on social media!
4th Tuesdays | 6pm | Aspen Grove
This is a new book club as of January 2024. Led by two of our in-house romance readers (who take turns hosting), this is a club for the fans of all genres and subgenres of Romance––whether that be Romantasy, Science Friction, Historical Romance, Dark Romance, Western Romance, or something more contemporary. All are welcome!
More information to come! As with all of our book clubs, you can sign up for updates on the genre of your choice by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, calling us at 303.470.7050, or by stopping by the store. Just make sure we have your name, email address, and book club genre(s) of interest!
4th Saturdays | 3:30pm | Aspen Grove
An upbeat group of individuals who love good fiction writing. We read any genre of fiction, chosen democratically by vote within the group, with a refreshing mix of paperback and hardcover books--from new releases to century-old classics, and from short story collections to full-blown novels. If you are looking to broaden your fiction horizons, join us!
January 27 - Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin (our first meeting on a Saturday at 3:30)
February 24 - North Woods by Daniel Mason
March 23 - The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
April 27 - The Cape Doctor by EJ Levy
May 25 - Piranesi by Susanna Clarke
3rd Wednesday of each month | 6:00 pm | Aspen Grove
Meteorologist Lisa Hidalgo not only knows the weather, she knows great books, and is an avid reader! Each month Lisa picks one book that she really likes––or has been wanting to read––and invites you to try it. And, she has partnered with us at the Tattered Cover to make it easy for you. You can follow the Denver7 Book Club on Facebook for updates.
January 17th - Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver
February 21st - Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy
March 20th - The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab
April - The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny, and Murder by David Grann
May - Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
June - The Collected Regrets of Clover by Mikki Brammer
July - The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods
August - The First Ladies by Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray
September - Happiness Falls by Angie Kim
October - A Brief History of Everything by Ken Wilber
November - The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn
December - In Five Years by Rebecca Serle
3rd Saturdays | 3:00pm | Aspen Grove
Reads whatever nonfiction strikes our fancy. We read history, memoir, biography, essays, true crime, business, psychology––we're not picky and we like to get around. Often the best part is "I would never have picked up this book on my own, but I'm so glad I read this!"
January 20 - Papyrus: The Invention of Books in the Ancient World by Irene Vallejo
February 17 - Eating to Extinction: The World's Rarest Foods and Why We Need to Save Them by Dan Saladino
March 16 - Blood & Ink: The Scandalous Jazz Age Double Murder That Hooked America on True Crime by Joe Pompeo
April 20 - Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
May 18 - We Loved It All: A Memory of Life by Lydia Millet*
June 15 - The Ugly History of Beautiful Things: Essays on Desire and Consumption by Katy Kelleher**
3rd Saturdays | 6pm | Aspen Grove
Will be exploring all things horror. From slasher to thriller and everything in between. Upcoming picks are chosen democratically by vote within the group, so make sure to sign up for email updates if you're interested.
January 20 - Out by Natsuo Kirino
February 17 - Ararat by Christopher Golden
March 16 - Crota by Owl Goingback
April 20 - The Twenty Days of Turin by Giorgio De Maria
May 18 - The Last Astronaut by David Wellington
June 15 - The Between by Tananarive Due
3rd Tuesdays | 6pm | Aspen Grove
Covers everything touching on the science fiction and fantasy spectrum. We read hardcover and softcover books, hard and soft science fiction, high and low fantasy, classics, and fresh releases. Once a month, we connect and discuss the story, writing, characters, and what we loved and/or hated about the book! Our picks are chosen democratically by vote within the group, so make sure to sign up for email updates if interested.
January 16 - Robots Through the Ages, edited by Robert Silverberg
February 20 - Starter Villain by John Scalzi
March 19 - The Expert System's Brother by Adrian Tchaikovsky
April 16 - Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse
May 21 - The Emperor and the Endless Palace by Justinian Huang*
June 18 - A Tempest of Tea by Hafsah Faizal
* The Emperor and the Endless Palace has a publication date of 3/26/24. You can pre-order it now (here at the link) or buy it in-store after it is released!
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