One Book, One Community, Many Perspectives
Each year, Holman Library coordinates the Green River campus One Book program.
This year’s One Book is the 2014 National Book Award winner, Redeployment, a collection of short stories on the US - Iraq War. Told from multiple points of view of US soldiers, officers and veterans, Redeployment offers a searing look at war.
Copies of the One Book are free to students (while supplies last). You can pick up your free copy at the library check-out desk downstairs in Holman Library.
For more reading and research, see our online guide: http://libguides.greenriver.edu/one_book-15-16
Please join us for two One Book events:
Fall quarter panel discussion series: One Book, One Community, Many Perspectives
Tuesday October 27, 12-1 pm, Salish 110
Panel discussion facilitated by Marwa Al-Musawi, Assistant Director of ODEI
Tuesday November 17, 12-1 pm, Salish 110
The Embattled Text: Unraveling War through Film, Poetry, and Prose
Panel discussion with English faculty Erin Gilbert, Jaeney Hoene and Marcie Sims
Artist and Speaker Series: Phil Klay, author of Redeployment
Thursday November 12, 7-8:30 pm, LSU
Ticket info: http://www.greenriver.edu/campus-life/artist-and-speakers-series.htm