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Goethe Pop Up Seattle: February Book Klub

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 - 7:00 pm @ 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
The Cloud Room Bar
1424 11th Ave
WA 98122
Goethe Pop Up Seattle

Each month, we invite readers to come together and discuss works from contemporary German-speaking authors within a wide range of genres and formats and share their experiences. In February, we begin the book club with a graphic novel:
First Man: Reimagining Matthew Henson (Simon Schwartz, Graphic Universe TM, 2015)

The group meets at 7pm at the Cloud Room Bar (21+), the Goethe Pop Up’s upstairs neighbor in the Chophouse Row (4th floor).

The Book Club is free and open to everyone interested, but participants must purchase the individual texts themselves and are expected to have read the title to be discussed prior to the meeting.

Feel free to read each selection in its English translation or original German; the discussion will be held in English. No registration required. Pick up a copy from our neighborhood bookstore Elliott Bay Book Company and receive 20% off the cover price when you mention the Goethe Pop Up Book Club. Copies can also be obtained online via most major retailers in hard copy or digital format.

Find more information about this month’s book on our website!

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About GoetheSeattle

ABOUT THE GOETHE POP UP SEATTLE Located in Capitol Hill’s Chophouse Row building, the Goethe Pop Up Seattle is a temporary branch of the Goethe-Institut, the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. Throughout 2020, we will be hosting and supporting an international program of exhibitions, films, lectures, performances, public discussions, and more. Our goal is to present German culture in Seattle and help shape a current understanding of Germany today. Our program offers an opportunity to engage with themes and questions relevant to contemporary German culture and society. We organize a broad range of events and support projects in the fields of film and new media, arts, theater and dance, music, literature, architecture, and more. The events take place in our space and at partner venues around Seattle. We collaborate with local artists, organizations, universities, and schools with an interest in Germany and its language and culture.
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