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Archer Book Club

Welcome! 

This is the informational page for the Archer Book Club, a digital book club for all University of Regina students, staff and faculty who are interested in conversing about selected leisure reading books and short stories.   Spring/Summer 2020 served as our pilot for the club, and we have been very pleased to continue meeting for three sessions per semester since!  Check out the archived meeting pages for general interest and reading suggestions.

Zoom sessions will be available with chat options.  Sessions will be moderated and any disrespectful behavior or harassment of any kind as per University of Regina policies will result in removal from the session.

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Upcoming Fall 2023 Book Club Sessions:

September 27, 12:00pm (Zoom): Fairy Tale by Stephen King, Host Jennifer Hall
October 25. 12:00pm (Zoom): The Woman In Black by Susan Hill (40th Anniversary!), Host Arlysse Quiring
November 22, 12:00pm (Zoom): The Sunday Book by Michael Trussler (guest speaker), Host Brandi Adams

Looking for reading ideas but can't attend any sessions?  Check out our Staycation Reading tab!

Subject Guide

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Jennifer Hall
Contact:
Dr. John Archer Library
3737 Wascana Parkway
Regina, SK S4S 2A0
306-337-2245

Brandi Adams

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Brandi Adams
she/her
Contact:
306-585-4293

Book Club Rules and Regulations

While the Archer Book Club is largely intended as a social gathering,  University of Regina policies regarding behavior and respect will be followed.  The University's Code of Conduct can be found online here:  https://www.uregina.ca/policy/browse-policy/policy-GOV-022-005.html

A few notes pertaining to the Archer Book Club meetings specifically:

1) Harassment, discriminatory speech, and/or inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated either at in-person meetings or Zoom meetings. 

2) While open conversation is welcome,  the moderator/host will periodically direct the conversation back to planned topics related to the reading material.

3) Obtaining reading material is the responsibility of the attendee, and should be read prior to the meeting.  Library staff will offer suggestions for locating materials, but alternate editions at the discretion of the attendee are welcome.  Example:  If reading Dracula, online editions are available through the library but you are welcome to read your personal copy.

Future Book Vote

Winter 2024 Book Selections
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier: 0 votes (0%)
The Covenant of Water by Abraham Vergheseby: 0 votes (0%)
Pageboy by Elliot Page: 0 votes (0%)
The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder by David Grann: 0 votes (0%)
Other (please contact us for suggestions!): 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 0

Please note that the above titles are NOT all available online through the library, but will give us an excellent idea as to people's interests, etc.