Let’s annotate: “My Father Vanished When I Was 7. The Mystery Made Me Who I Am,” by Nicholas Casey
Plus: There’s still time to sign up for our discussion on November 21
Big thanks to all of you who have already signed up for our November 21 discussion of “My Father Vanished When I Was 7. The Mystery Made Me Who I Am,” by Nicholas Casey. It’s going to be a good one!
If you haven’t signed up yet, there’s still time (until Saturday, November 13). Here’s more info. Then click the big button.
This week, we’re annotating this copy of the article together. It’s a great way to connect with other Article Clubbers and share your first thoughts about the piece, right inside the text. You can add to others’ comments or add your own.
Try it, you’ll like it!
I like annotating because it gets me deeper into the article so I understand it better. But my favorite part is seeing what you all write. In case you’re nervous about annotating: Remember, at Article Club, we don’t have to be fancy or smart. (We’re already fancy and smart!)
Coming up this month
This week: We’ll annotate the article with fellow Article Clubbers.
Next week: We’ll listen to Mr. Casey’s thoughts about the article.
Sunday, November 21: We’ll discuss the article with fellow Article Clubbers.
Are you new to Article Club? If so, welcome! We look forward to meeting you and having your voice in the conversation. Feel free to reach out with questions: email@example.com.
Article Club is an experiment in community reading. We read, annotate, and discuss one outstanding article or book chapter a month. We invite the author to join our conversation, too. If you’re interested, sign up and check us out! Article Club is part of The Highlighter, a weekly newsletter featuring the best articles on race, education, and culture.