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Virtual sessions from our partners at Context Travel to learn about game-changing Black women during Black History Month.
In support of International Women’s Day on March 8, we selected “Nervous Conditions” by Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga for our March book club.
Marlena de Blasi’s Memoir: “The Lady in the Palazzo: At Home in Umbria” Takes You to the Hilltop Village of Orvieto
Visits the ancient city of Orvieto in Italy’s Umbria region, with “The Lady in the Palazzo: At Home in Umbria.”
Rita Golden Gelman’s Memoir: “Tales of a Female Nomad: Living at Large in the World” Reminds Us Life is What We Make it
Bring your backpack and join us s we head to Bali, Mexico, Nicaragua and Israel with “Tales of a Female Nomad”, the memoir of Rita Golden Gelman.
Kate Pullinger’s Historical Fiction Novel: “Mistress of Nothing” Takes us to Lady Duff Gordon’s Egypt
The JourneyWoman Book Club sets sail to Egypt in the late 1800s with the award-winning ‘Mistress of Nothing’ by Kate Pullinger.
The JourneyWoman Book Club ventures into Brazil and the Amazon Rainforest for a journey from darkness to light with Ann Patchett’s novel “State of Wonder.”
Christine Osbourne’s Fearless Memoir “Travels with My Hat” Takes you on a Solo Tour of the Middle East
Beloved by solo travellers, ‘Travels with My Hat: A Lifetime on the Road,’ by Australian Christine Osborne, is an incredible story of a fearless, brave woman, who travelled to remote areas of Ethiopia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, and Morocco at a time well before the Internet, travel guides and mass tourism.
Are you ready for some sun? On June 10, the JourneyWoman Book Club is (virtually) heading to Portugal, inspired by Deborah Lawrenson’s novel “300 Days of Sun.” Join us!
Set in Burgandy, France, Ann Mah’s book The Lost Vintage explores past and present, love lost and secrets kept.