Reading Together for a Better Starkville

Have you read Harper Lee's new book? Read it now and
come join in the discussion on November 17th!

Starkville Reads Presents
A Panel Discussion
on Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman

Come join panelists Ted Atkinson, Bonnie Carr O'Neill, and Donald Shaffer

from MSU's English Department who will discuss the novel

Go Set a Watchman from its various aspects.

November 17, 2015

7 to 8 p.m.

at the Starkville Public Library

The event is free and open to the public!
Please come join us for a great discussion and some free refreshments!



Starkville Reads Advisory Board next meets October 21, (third Wednesday of the month) at Starkville Public Library, Genealogy Room, at 4:15. Those interested in joining the board are welcome to attend.

Some of Starkville Reads Advisory Board members as they leave
the meeting on March 18, 2015

From left to right, Christy Crenshaw, Ted Atkinson, Ellie Goodman, Earlie Fleming, Alice Carol Caldwell, President Rob Brown, Christina Jurasik, Simone Cottrell, and Joel Okula


Starkville Reads
suggests these new books by
Starkville Reads members!

Before He Finds Her by Michael Kardos
Winner of the MIAL award for fiction for 2012

(for mystery lovers)





Love, Laughter, and Losing My Keys
Emily Jones

(for those who like humorous memoirs)







Safari by former member Noel Polk (for poetry lovers)





If you are interested in joining our advisory board,
please contact our new president Rob Brown.
We are looking for people with some new ideas!
You are welcome to just show up or contact Rob here.

Starkville Reads Advisory Board meets
every third Wednesday at 4:15 p.m.


Starkville Reads sponsors Basket of Books and Magazines
at the following places:

1. The Food Bank at St. Joseph Catholic Church
2. Emerson Family School
3. Oktibbeha County Health Department
4. The Wash Depot on Highway 25

The books are available for free to readers at the above locations. Donations for the Basket of Books Project are very much appreciated. Books and magazinesoth may be donated. For more information or to donate books, contact Marty Friend ( or Jessica Hubbard ( Books may also be brought to the programs or you may email or call one of the members.



Starkville Reads programs are free to the public,
but tax deductible contributions are very much appreciated
and may brought to our programs or mailed to

Starkville Reads
P. O. Box 80100
Starkville, MS 39759


All Starkville Reads programs are free and open to the public.


Updated September 25, 2015
Web Page by Nancy N. Jacobs


Starkville Arts Council

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Mississippi Mystery Writers

Free public domain audiobooks

Read by volunteers from around the world.

Listen or
Volunteer to read one yourself!
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