RENDANG by Will Harris has been revealed as our new Book Club book! Flo Reynolds returns to the pod to introduce the book and why it’s been selected for the book club. They also give some great tips for beginners on how to read poetry, so if you’re more used to fiction and non-fiction don’t feel like you need to sit this one out.
Hosted by Steph McKenna and Simon Jones.
How to get involved
RENDANG can be purchased from many of your favourite independent bookshops. It is also available in eBook and Audiobook formats.
New to the Virtual Book Club? In addition to checking out the podcast there are plenty of ways for you to get involved from home:
Join our new online community
Sign-up for free to our community space on Discord, where writers and readers from around the world connect and share tips, techniques, recommended reads and book-related anecdotes! There is a channel set up specifically for our book club discussions. Click here to claim your free spot.
Take part in a virtual book club discussion via Zoom
If you’re looking for something a little more interactive, you can join us for a virtual book club discussion by video! Just sign-up for free and we will send you instructions ahead of time.
Spaces are limited so we recommend booking your place in advance
Send us your thoughts via social media or email
We’d love to hear what you thought of the book. You can email us any time at [email protected] or contact us via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to share your comments – and if you’re happy for us to do so, we can read them aloud on the Writing Life podcast.
Catch-up on previous Book Club books
A Line Made By Walking by Sara Baume
Music by Bennet Maples.
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