About TALK Book

The Talk About Literature in Kansas (TALK) program offers customizable book discussions for Kansans, funded and supported by Humanities Kansas (HK). You select the book(s), discussion leader(s), and time(s), and HK supplies the books and covers the cost. Discussions are free for Kansas nonprofits, targeting adult, out-of-school audiences. Although typical TALK series run from January 15th to June 10th and August 15th to December 10th, reservations outside these dates are possible.

Start a TALK Book Discussion:

1. Review the TALK catalog and materials at the Humanities Kansas website.

2. Reserve the TALK series from Northwest Kansas Library System by using the form below.

3. Select and contact a discussion leader for each book.

4. Apply for a Resource Center Support Grant to bring the discussion leader(s) to your community.

5. Download publicity materials and discussion leader bios.

TALK Book Catalog

TALK Book Reservation

Have questions? Our team is ready to assist you!

Mary Boller

Director/System Librarian

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