First, we're reading Ursula K. Le Guin's Lavinia. In the words of the publisher:
[Lavinia is a] retelling of Virgil's The Aeneid, told from a perspective that very often got lost in even the most compelling Greek myths: the female's.Second, if you haven't read The Aeneid, what better time to hunker down with an epic poem than the summer?
Call out which one you'll be reading in the comments, so that we can ensure that we have enough people reading each.
Date to come, but we'll again be taking advantage of the weather and meeting up in Prospect Park.