One Book One Broomfield 

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Join author David Grann for the One Book One Broomfield author talk on Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. in the Broomfield Auditorium!  This program is free and seating is first come, first served until capacity is reached. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and a book signing will follow the author talk. 

2023 One Book One Broomfield Title Announcement

                                                                             Killers of the Flower Moon book coverDavid Grann

The 2023 One Book One Broomfield selection is "Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI" by David Grann. "Killers of the Flower Moon" recounts the sinister murders of Osage Nation members and the racial injustices they faced in American History. Grann not only compellingly revisits research from the original investigations, but also presents new evidence in a triumph of true crime. 

What is One Book One Broomfield?

  • One Book One Broomfield is a citywide reading and discussion program that encourages residents to read the same book at the same time, and create a shared sense of community through literature.

The One Book One Broomfield Committee applications are now closed. When will I find out whether my application was accepted?

  • The One Book recruitment team will review applications in June and invite select applicants to move forward to the interview process, which will take place in late June or early July. 
  • If your application is not accepted, you will be notified by email in July.

Previous One Book One Broomfield Titles

  • 2006: "The Meadow" by James Galvin
  • 2007: "The Greatest Generation" by Tom Brokaw
  • 2008: "Breakfast with Buddha" by Roland Merullo
  • 2009: "Eventide" by Kent Haruf
  • 2010: "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford
  • 2011: "Thinking in Pictures" by Temple Grandin
  • 2012: "Healer" by Carol Cassella
  • 2013: "The Dog Stars" by Peter Heller
  • 2014: "Blood Memory" by Margaret Coel
  • 2015: "Neverhome" by Laird Hunt
  • 2016: "Grandma Gatewood’s Walk" by Ben Montgomery
  • 2017: "Dark Matter" by Blake Crouch
  • 2018: "Lucky Boy" by Shanthi Sekaran
  • 2019: "Beautiful Boy" by David Sheff
  • 2020: "Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country" by Pam Houston
  • 2021: "Afterlife" by Julia Alvarez
  • 2022: "The Honey Bus: A Memoir of Loss, Courage and a Girl Saved by Bees" by Meredith May