Here at Cafe con Libros, we believe reading is more than fundamental.  It is healing, empowering and enriching. 

A good book or even a not so good one has the power to shift entire worldviews.  We host book clubs with the hope that our books open minds and hearts.  However, more importantly, we aim to create a space where our community dialogue will continue the growth process and build lasting relationships.

Our Feminist Book Club has been meeting since January 2018.  We read only books written by, for and about womxn. 

We are committed to reading at the intersections of identities and strive for our books to represent a rich, colorful array of stories from around the globe. To see what we've read, please visit Feminist Book Club page.

We meet every second Sunday of the month.  

The Womxn of Color Book Club held its first meeting in December of 2019.  As such, we are still finding our voice and personality.  This is a dedicated space for Womxn of Color - it is place for us to just be.

Be in our skin. Be in our joy. Be in our pain. And, be in community.

To see what we've read, please visit the Womxn of Color Book Club page.

We meet every fourth Sunday of the month.

All are welcome. Please simply RSVP.

  • WoC Book Club: Wild Seed
    Jun 27, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
    In an "epic, game-changing, moving and brilliant" story of love and hate, two immortals chase each other across continents and centuries, binding their fates together -- and changing the destiny of the human race (Viola Davis).
  • Author Talk: Carolyn Ferrell, "Dear Miss Metropolitan"
    Jul 08, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
    Introducing an extraordinary and original writer whose first novel explores the intersections of grief and rage, personal strength and healing--and what we owe one another. Register Here:
  • Author Talk with Savala Nolan, Don't Let It Get You Down
    Jul 15, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
    A powerful and provocative collection of essays that offers poignant reflections on living between society’s most charged, politicized, and intractably polar spaces—between black and white, rich and poor, thin and fat. Register on Crowdcast:
  • Author Talk: Chet'la Serbee
    Jul 20, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
    Somewhere between Claudia Rankine’s Citizen and Maggie Nelson’s Bluets belongs Chet’la Sebree’s Field Study: a genre-bending exploration of black womanhood and desire, written as a lyrical, surprisingly humorous, and startlingly vulnerable prose poem.
  • Author Talk, Romina Garber
    Aug 18, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    In Cazadora, the follow-up to Lobizona, Romina Garber weaves together Argentine folklore and what it means to be illegal in a timely, intimate, and emotionally powerful narrative. Register Here: