Northwest Science Writers Association

July’s NSWA Bookclub: Eve by Cat Bohannon

Image of Cat Bohannon's book "Eve"

Please join us for the next NSWA Book Club meeting! The July Book Club will feature Cat Bohannon’s best-seller, Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Evolution. The book has been called a real tour de force that shatters myths about women and evolution.

We’ll be meeting on Zoom for a book club discussion for the first 30 minutes and then a live conversation and Q&A with the author, which will be recorded. The book club will be hosted by NSWA Vice President Starre Vartan and accessible to all via Zoom.

 

BOOK CLUB DETAILS

Book: Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Evolution

Where: Zoom online meeting (please register in advance here)

When: Tuesday, July 9th at 7:00 pm

What: Each month, we will feature a compelling science journalism book and then get together with the author to discuss it.

If you have questions about the book club, please email Starre at vp@nwscience.org.

July 9: Book Club #3 – Eve

The July Book Club will feature Cat Bohannon’s best-seller, Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Evolution. 

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