The Fine Print Book Club provides an intimate forum for readers to discuss books directly with the authors and editors. Registrants receive a set of questions in advance of the discussion to help frame their reading and spark ideas for conversation, and they are encouraged to bring their own questions and observations to the meeting. Participants buy a copy of the book from The Shop at the Collection or a bookseller of their choice; a light lunch is included in the cost of registration. In order to foster thoughtful, focused conversation, enrollment for each session is limited to 15 people.

Previous Fine Print sessions were devoted to A Company Man: The Remarkable French-Atlantic Voyage of a Clerk for the Company of the Indies, Creole World, and The Katrina Decade. The next meeting has not yet been scheduled; to receive announcements of upcoming Fine Print Book Club sessions as well as other THNOC events, please sign up for our e-newsletter.