Readers Select Fire in Beulah as the Final Oklahoma Reads Oklahoma Book

Find out more about the final title. Visit author Rilla Askew's website.

Check out the current schedule for Rilla's author tour. The Discussion Guide for Fire in Beulah is available for download.



Hold a Discussion Program . . .
Download the Discussion Guide for Fire in Beulah and talk about the the 2007 title with your friends, library group, or book club.


Meet Rilla Askew. . .
Rilla Askew, author of Fire in Beulah and the new novel Harpsong, is continuing her tour of the state during the spring of 2008. Check out her February to May dates and plan to attend a program.


Oklahoma Reads Oklahoma is an official Oklahoma Centennial Project. Find out about the Oklahoma Centennial Commission.


Hey! I'm new to this site. What's this all about?

Oklahoma marked its centennial of statehood in 2007, and state readers have been holding a literary celebration! Oklahoma Reads Oklahoma is a unique opportunity for citizens to read and discuss books that explore the Oklahoma experience.

For the past few years, Oklahomans have selected one book for a statewide reading and discussion program. Citizens have used this site to learn about the six finalists each year and vote for their favorite. Our online voting booth was open each September and October to select the title for the following year.

The winning selection for 2004 was The Honk and Holler Opening Soon by Billie Letts. The Oklahoma Reads Oklahoma Book for 2005 was Walking the Choctaw Road: Stories from Red People Memory by Tim Tingle, and the 2006 selection was Dayna Dunbar's The Saints and Sinners of Okay County.

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