HAC’s New Short Story Club
By: Shay Herbert, Editor-in-Chief
Do you love to books but can’t find time in your busy schedule to read a novel right now? The Humanities department has got you covered with our very own Short Story club!
This is the perfect opportunity to talk, learn and discuss with others about a variety of stories and authors. The Short Story club is open to both students and members of the community, so feel free to attend just one event or come to them all.
“In participating, they can learn about new authors, get introduced to new stories, and share their ideas without the pressure of a grade” stated director of the club, Jeanette Goddard.
Below are the dates, times, and stories for each meeting:
Thursday, February 18th at 4:30pm “The Red Convertible” by Louise Erdrich.
Thursday, March 18th at 4:30pm “The Song of the Sirens” by Valerie Reed Hickman. (The author will join this meeting!)Thursday, April 15th at 4:30pm “To Scratch, Claw, or Grope Clumsily or Frantically” by Roxane Gay (not a fiction piece, but a great essay)
Meetings for the club will be held via Zoom. Links to the Zoom and stories will be distributed in advance of each meeting. To get a copy of the story, Zoom link, or any additional information email Jeanette Goddard at firstname.lastname@example.org.