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Boneshaker Book Club

June 9, 2018 - 9:00am

The Boneshaker Book Club is free and open to the public, welcoming people with diverse viewpoints and perspectives to join us in conversation. We typically meet at the bookstore on the second Saturday of every month from 9-11am but have been known to change our meeting time on occasion. Each selection will be available in-store at a 20% discount for the entire month leading up to its meeting. With no central theme, book selection varies considerably by month but does tend to revolve around certain core values that resonate with Boneshaker's mission: anti-racism, feminism, anarchy, communism, queerness, fighting white-supremacy, etc.

The June 9 book club selection is "Heart Berries" by Terese Marie Mailhot. Copies are in stock now at 20% off their retail price until the 10th.

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Heart Berries is a powerful, poetic memoir of a woman's coming of age on the Seabird Island Indian Reservation in the Pacific Northwest. Having survived a profoundly dysfunctional upbringing only to find herself hospitalized and facing a dual diagnosis of post traumatic stress disorder and bipolar II disorder; Terese Marie Mailhot is given a notebook and begins to write her way out of trauma. The triumphant result is Heart Berries, a memorial for Mailhot's mother, a social worker and activist who had a thing for prisoners; a story of reconciliation with her father―an abusive drunk and a brilliant artist―who was murdered under mysterious circumstances; and an elegy on how difficult it is to love someone while dragging the long shadows of shame.

Past book club selections:

January - "Parable of the Sower" by Octavia Butler
February - "Parable of the Talents" by Octavia Butler
March - "No Time to Spare" by Ursula K. Le Guin
April - "Hunger: A Memoir of (my) Body" by Roxane Gay
May - "Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe" by Kapka Kassabova
June - "Heart Berries" by Terese Marie Mailhot

December - "Emergent Strategy" by adrienne maree brown
November - "Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook" by Mark Bray
October - "There Goes The Hood: Views of Gentrification from the Ground Up", by Lance Freeman
September - "How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the Neighborhood" by Peter Moskowitz
July - "What Does Justice Look Like: The Struggle for Liberation in Dakota Homeland" by Waziyatawin, Ph.D
June - "Evicted" by Matthew Desmond
May - "No More Heroes: Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality" by Jordan Flaherty
April - "Trainwreck: The Women We Love to Hate, Mock, and Fear . . . and Why" by Sady Doyle
March - "A Good Time For The Truth: Race In Minnesota" edited by Sun Yung Shin
February - "Common as Air" by Lewis Hyde
January - "Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace" by Nikil Saval

December - "Four Futures: Life After Capitalism" by Peter Frase