CUWP Book Groups

CUWP Book Groups

What You Know By Heart by Katie Wood Ray

Most recently our CUWP fellows broke bread at the Brick Oven to discuss Katie Wood Ray’s latest book, What You Know By Heart.

Please note that free copies of the books for our book groups are provided on the condition that you agree to attend the dinner for the discussion. If you are unable to attend, we would ask that you either return the book or pay for a replacement. Individuals are also expected to pay for their own dinners at the Brick Oven.

Stay tuned for the next book group opportunity.

Less is More by Kimberly Campbell

Our previous book group met and discussed the book Less is More by Kimberly Campbell. We will be starting up a new round of book group meetings soon and hope you’ll consider joining us! Watch this space for more information about upcoming book club titles and meeting times and locations.

Please note that free copies of the books for our book groups are provided on the condition that you agree to attend the dinner for the discussion. If you are unable to attend, we would ask that you either return the book or pay for a replacement. Individuals are also expected to pay for their own dinners at the Brick Oven.

Teaching Nonfiction Writing by Laura Robb

Our next book group will discuss the book Teaching Nonfiction Writing by Laura Robb. The group will meet on January 27 at 5:30pm at the Brick Oven restaurant in Provo (111 E. 800 N.). The CUWP has extra copies of this book for those who are interested. Please contact Dixie Archibald if you’d be interested in a copy.

Please note that free copies of the books for our book groups are provided on the condition that you agree to attend the dinner for the discussion. If you are unable to attend, we would ask that you either return the book or pay for a replacement. Individuals are also expected to pay for their own dinners at the Brick Oven.

Write Beside Them by Penny Kittle

Our next book group will be reviewing Penny Kittle’s exciting book, Write Beside Them. The group will be meeting to discuss this book on June 3, at 5:30 at Brick Oven in Provo. Contact Denee Taylor if you would like to join us. See the professional development page for more information about book groups.


Digital Writing Workshop by Troy Hicks

Our first book group will be examining issues of technology in writing instruction. Our first book is Troy Hicks’ The Digital Writing Workshop. We will meet March 11, 4:30-6:30 at Brick Oven in Provo. Contact Denee if you would like to join us. See the professional development page for more information about book groups.