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  • Beaver Book Club
    Book club formed on the friendships of ten women.
  • Black Reader's Network
    Dedicated to books written from the Black perspective.
  • Book Club Girl
    Blogger dedicated to sharing great books, news, and tips with book club girls everywhere.
  • Book Clubs Resource
    A guide to reading groups with links and information.
    Offers a forum for book clubbers, lovers, and reading groups with interviews, news, and reviews of the latest in literary contemporary fiction.
  • Booklist: Book Group Buzz
    Weblog dedicated to reading groups. Find book group recommendations, discuss how to start and run a book group, and find additional resources.
  • Canadian Book Clubs
    Advice on how to start or join a book club; also includes a directory of existing bookclubs across Canada, with their structures and booklists.
  • Chamberlain's Men, The
    Group of people in Southern Maryland area who are dedicated the study and performance of the works of William Shakespeare.
    Free book club offering daily chapter excerpts by email in a variety of genres. Encourages libraries, schools, and businesses to set up their own online reading groups.
  • Duke Reads
    Book club based at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Sign up for updates and watch university staff and students discuss books.
  • Book Clubs
    Reading guides for kids and information on starting and running book clubs.
  • Mostly, We Eat
    Group of friends that meets to discuss books over a good meal.
  • Msichana Rafiki Literary Club
    Reading club dedicated to interesting books by African American authors.
  • Northwest SPLAB
    Spokenword Lab.
  • Oprah's Book Club@
  • Reader's Circle
    Book club networking site serving the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand with listings for local groups, author events, and phone chats.
  • Rivendell Group, The
    Meets regularly to study, discuss, create and enjoy myth, fantasy, science fiction and imaginative literature.
  • San Francisco Great Books Council
    Helps people discover classic works that can make them think and question.
  • Sisters and Brothers of HotLanta Book Club
    African American book club in the Metro area for adults, children and teens. Discussions held at restaurants, parks, historical sites.
  • Statewide Summer Reading Club
    Special reading club which runs every year in all Victorian Libraries. It features great holiday reading, competitions, fun activities and great prizes.
  • Talk of the Nation Book Club of the Air
    From the NPR site. Includes archive of titles and discussions.

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