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“All I really wanted,” says Linn Meyers with exasperation, “was to hang out with my girlfriends and talk about the New Yorker.”

The Washington artist explains. “I was in a book club,” she says with a shrug that suggests even the memory is exhausting, “and I was devoting a lot of time to books I felt ripped off by.”

She’s small, with short black hair and a way with an F-bomb. “The women in my group were wonderful, but it’s not like it’s some big [expletive] secret.” She rattles off the way book clubs work: “You read the book and you go to the meeting and you hope someone likes it and someone else doesn’t, so you can have a debate. But that’s a lot of investment! We’re all really busy!”

“All I really wanted,” says Linn Meyers with exasperation, “was to hang out with my girlfriends and talk about the New Yorker.”

The Washington artist explains. “I was in a book club,” she says with a shrug that suggests even the memory is exhausting, “and I was devoting a lot of time to books I felt ripped off by.”

She’s small, with short black hair and a way with an F-bomb. “The women in my group were wonderful, but it’s not like it’s some big [expletive] secret.” She rattles off the way book clubs work: “You read the book and you go to the meeting and you hope someone likes it and someone else doesn’t, so you can have a debate. But that’s a lot of investment! We’re all really busy!”

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“All I really wanted,” says Linn Meyers with exasperation, “was to hang out with my girlfriends and talk about the New Yorker.”

The Washington artist explains. “I was in a book club,” she says with a shrug that suggests even the memory is exhausting, “and I was devoting a lot of time to books I felt ripped off by.”

She’s small, with short black hair and a way with an F-bomb. “The women in my group were wonderful, but it’s not like it’s some big [expletive] secret.” She rattles off the way book clubs work: “You read the book and you go to the meeting and you hope someone likes it and someone else doesn’t, so you can have a debate. But that’s a lot of investment! We’re all really busy!”

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