Sunday, March 27, 6 p.m.
Discussion location: Zoom
We’ll discuss Mary Doria Russell’s novel “The Women of the Copper Country,” a work of historical fiction based on the true story of a woman who led a copper miners’ strike in Calumet, Michigan in 1913. It’s an authentic look into the lives of people involved in the early labor movement in the U.S.
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The book is available at Horizon Books for a 10% discount if you inform the staff you are a member of the G.T. Humanist Book Club (20% if you are also a Horizon bookstore member).
The Peninsula Community Library will also host its own discussion of the book on February 28 at 6:30, in person at the library at 2893 Island View Road in Traverse City. After the discussion, they will show the PBS film, “Red Metal; The Copper Country Strike of 1913.” For more information call 231-223-7700.
If you want to learn more, the Traverse City National Writers Series hosted a discussion with Mary Doria Russell in 2021, and the radio broadcast can be streamed here.
Call or text Heather with any questions/issues with Zoom: 503-422-6515.