A Moveable Feast Book Club

11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

Each session: $40 public; $35 DMA Member/Educator/Student

Join fellow bibliophiles for lunch in the DMA's Cook Boardroom (unless otherwise noted) as you enjoy the opportunity to delve more deeply into a featured book. By reading and sharing insights together before or after hearing the author speak, we hope your experience will be even richer and more meaningful. Please note that these are book discussions, not author events. 11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

      Book Club Moderators:

Dr. Jaina Sanga is the author of three works of fiction: a novel titled Silk Fish Opium; a book of short stories, Train to Bombay; and a book of novellas, Tourist Season. She is also a literary scholar and has published a book on Salman Rushdie. Sanga serves on the Board of the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture and is also a Fellow of the Institute. She is currently working on her fourth book of fiction, a detective novel set in India.

Dr. Randi Tanglen is Associate Professor of English, Director of the Gender Studies program, and Director of the Robert and Joyce Johnson Center for Faculty Development and Excellence in Teaching at Austin College in Sherman. She teaches classes on women writers, protest literature, and 19th-century American literature. In 2012, she was named one of the Princeton Review’s “Top 300 Professors.”

Executive Director Amy Lewis Hofland leads the Crow Museum of Asian Art of the University of Texas at Dallas, the preeminent museum in the southern United States dedicated to the arts and cultures of Asia. Hofland is a life-long student, devoted to her work at the museum and to creating a more compassionate society. She recently led the Dallas Arts District’s signing of the International Charter for Compassion and she chairs the Dallas Arts District Board.

"When you sell a man a book you don't sell him just twelve ounces of paper and ink and glue—you sell him a whole new life. Love and friendship and humor and ships at sea by night—there’s all heaven and earth in a book."  —Christopher Morley
Quichotte
by Salman Rushdie
Wednesday, September 11
Conversation facilitated by D. Jaina Sanga

by Margaret Atwood
Friday, October 11
Conversation facilitated by Dr. Randi Tanglen

Autumn Light
by Pico Iyer
Wednesday, November 6
Conversation facilitated by Amy Lewis Hofland