This group reads science fiction and fantasy novels, featuring LGBTQ and Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) authors, characters and themes.
This is a hybrid program. You can join this program in-person at Rockville Memorial Library or online via Zoom.
If you are joining this program virtually, you will need to be signed into Zoom to attend.
To sign in, you must first create a free account: https://zoom.us/signup
Once you are signed in on Zoom, return to this page and click on the link below to join the program.
The book for February is Riot Baby by Tochi Onyebuchi. Tochi Onyebuchi is a Nigerian American science fiction and fantasy writer. His novella, Riot Baby, received an Alex Award from the American Library Association and the World Fantasy Award in 2021. He is known for incorporating civil rights and Afrofuturism into his stories and novels. Limited copies are available for pick up at the Rockville Memorial Library at the 1st floor customer service desk. This novel is also available in e-book format through Overdrive and e-audio book format through Hoopla. You may attend this program in person at the Rockville Memorial Library, in the 2nd floor meeting room.
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GEN 1.1 01/06/2022
AGE GROUP: | Seniors | Adult |
EVENT TYPE: | Lectures and Discussions |
TAGS: | Hybrid Program | Black History Month |