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SkepLit: The Choosening for May 2013

Published on May 20th, 2013 by in Bookclub, Books, Skeplit

The various members of SkepLit gathered yesterday afternoon to select books for the next few months. We have changed the rules for book selection this time around, and we no longer have public voting. Remember, if you’d like SkepLit to consider a book (which must be non-fiction), you need to show up for the Choosening

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SkepLit: The Choosening – Update

First of all, a massive apology that this didn’t go up right after we did The Choosening officially. I decided that since we now have regular members and a bit more of a routine, we wouldn’t open up the list to general voting. Instead, all the books presented at the group would have a chance

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Upcoming Events: Socials, Iszi Lawrence, and ThanksGeeking!

If you’ve never been to one of our events before, then don’t worry. We’re a friendly bunch, and there’s no skeptical test you need to pass or anything. So see below for a taster of upcoming events, and find us on facebook, twitter, and meetup , or click on our local events tab on this website

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SkepLit Versus The Extremists: The Rematch – 22nd Jan 2012

Published on January 4th, 2012 by in Bookclub, Skeplit

Jon Ronson has just had one of his books made “Story of the year” by the Guardian. The tale of a young man who pretended to be mentally ill to get off a GBH charge, and then spent the next ten years in Broadmoor with the diagnosis of psychopathy appears in his latest book, The

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Sagan vs. Skeplit: Exploring the Demon-Haunted World

Published on November 10th, 2011 by in Books, Skeplit

If you’ve ever wanted the chance to discuss some of the many great books out there on science, skepticism and rational thinking, this is your chance. SkepLit meets every month in Manchester and gives people the chance to talk about the books they’ve been reading. This month it’s time for one of the icons of science and

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