Roxane Gay’s Hunger has been called “Luminous. . . . intellectually rigorous and deeply moving” by The New York Times Book Review. And Entertainment Weekly wrote, "on nearly every page, Gay’s raw, powerful prose plants a flag, facing down decades of shame and self-loathing by reclaiming the body she never should have had to lose.” It was also treasured by readers who devoured it in one sitting, sometimes crying all the way through.
Did Hunger rock your world? Want to talk about it with other fans? Join devorah major, activist and former S.F. poet laureate, in a a Deep Dive Discussion group on June 30 in Litquake’s office.
Like a book club on steroids, Deep Dive Discussions offer a small group of zealots the opportunity to dig deeply into their favorite works in a discussion group facilitated by an expert. Kick back in Litquake’s comfortable downtown living room, sip coffee (or something stronger) and enjoy hearty snacks while dissecting the finer points of your literary loves!