Is home a place, a feeling, or a memory? What does home mean to you?
Join us Thursday evenings as we read and discuss short stories on home, community, and memory. Wendell Berry, Ernest Hemingway, Flannery O’Connor, and others may be featured.
The discussions ran from June 20th through July 25th with July 4th off. After the first week, we will select one story at random from those submitted for discussion. Refreshments will be served.
Submit a story (or multiple!):
Short Stories Submitted and read:
The Boundary Wendell Berry
Selection for week one
Araby James Joyce
Selection for Week Two
The Geranium Flannery O’Connor
Selection for Week Three
The Innocent Graham Greene
Selection for Week Four
Soldier’s Home Ernest Hemingway
Selection for Week five
Submitted but not read:
The Country Husband John Cheever
Josephine the Singer or The Mouse Folk Franz Kafka
Funes the Memorious Jorge Luis Borges
Eveline James Joyce
The Overcoat by Nikolai Gogol
Stand By Me Wendell Berry
The Comforts of Home Flannery O’Connor