For those who create as well as consume. A group to share thoughts and books from a writer's perspective.
Radio 3 is known as the BBC’s classical music station, but that description sells it short. It provides just over 2 million people with programming that still, in some way, connects with the BBC's…
For BookMooch members: a purely informal group on using BookMooch, or meeting up with LTers who Mooch books, and Moochers who LibraryThing. (Image courtesy of kevinzim at Flickr, some rights…
Tea drinkers everywhere, unite!
Welcome to what we think (humbly of course) is one of the best groups on LibraryThing. You may not always agree with everyone here, but you will find serious, lively debate and some decidedly silly…
A place for book-aholics from across Canada to talk about book related topics.
A group for everyone who connects with Australia (residents, expats, lovers of Australian literature) and who are part of the LibraryThing collective.
For book-loving ailurophiles and cat-loving bibliophiles.
For all those in that peculiar and often endless limbo known as graduate or professional school.
For residents of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
For those of us in the second half of our first centuries.
I think the name says it all!
A group for book collectors. A place to share tips, post want lists, talk about what you're collecting and why you're collecting it . . . oh the possibilities.
"Satan to newcomer, with discontent: 'The trouble with you Chicago people is that you think you are the best in Hell -- whereas you are merely the most numerous.'" - Mark Twain
For residents of the most populous metropolitan area in the United States.
For those wonderful educators who either teach young students just learning how to read or older students exploring more advanced genres. Let this be a group where we can give each other teaching…
Ravelry members on LT. Ravelry is an online community for knitters, crocheters, spinners, dyers, and all things yarn.
Live somewhere in the San Francisco Bay Area? Join in!
For the Irish here. Relating to all things Irish and of Ireland. I couldn't resist the Dolmen picture from Gov.ie. Though speaking of politics please steer clear!
Book-loving is a veritable Jewish pastime. A group for Jews, or people who like Jews, to discuss all things Jewish, literary, or both.
For those of us on PaperBackSwap
Do your bookshelves out you as a drunk? Or just a connoisseur of the world's finer spirits? For those who like to read about alcohol as much as they like to drink it.
You have the tote bag. You wake up to Carl Kassell. You plan your weekend around Prairie Home Companion. Now comment on stories, recommend books and music, cheat on the Car Talk puzzler.
If you love cheese, and reading, and eating cheese while reading, come talk cheese with us!! And tell us what cheeses you like with what books! Lively fun, lusty cheese talk!
For all of the users of LibraryThing.com who are on Facebook.
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Kingdom of Atlantia. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Kingdom of Atlantia, SCA Inc. It is…
Libraries of the people of the Barony of Bryn Gwlad.
Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution who are on LibraryThing and share a love of books, history and the American Revolution.
If the first thing you did, when you heard about LibraryThing, was blog about it, then this is your place. Share your blog or discuss books about blogs, blogs about books, or any blog you just might…
The place to find the scoop on how to score ARCs (and other free books) Formerly, Other Places To Get ARCS thread.
For everyone who can also be found in LJ
For everyone who is avid about English literature from all time periods. If your blood pulsates at the word "Bloomsbury" or if the name "Wickham" makes you hiss, if you can envision Pooter painting…
This is a group for young readers, writers, bibliophiles and collectors to meet, discuss and debate about their favorite and not-so-favorite texts.
As it says really. A group for those of us who prefer to do our reading snuggled up to a big hairy, flatulent, somewhat slobbery soul mate (though memberships are welcome from unmarried people too -…
Boston is LibraryThing's second home...
Like to eat your veggies, fruits, beans and grains and things? Let's get together and share ideas on surviving in a meat-centered world, favorite cookbooks, as well as favorite recipes.
For folks living in Seattle.
Anyone is welcome, especially those from the Show-Me state!!! Come and discuss current reads and possible selections for a book to read together.
This is a group for "40 something" readers, writers, bibliophiles and collectors to meet, discuss and debate about their favorite and not-so-favorite texts, authors, music..and whatever else is on…
Book discussion group for members of Metafilter.com
A group for writers and/or readers who live in or hail from the Midwest or enjoy reading books based in the Midwest. Announce book publications, projects, readings, and other events. Share Midwestern…
Wiccans or Non-Wiccans. Covened or Solitaries. Christo-Pagans, Folk Catholics, Spiritual Workers. Hoodoos, Rootworkers, Conjure Men and Women. Feri Witches and Folk Magicians. If you practice…
This is the online teen book club initiated by the San Jose Public Library. We exchange information about the books we read, the books we love and the ones we hate. All teens are welcome to join and…
LibraryThing Florida - books and their lovers in America's most tropical state!
LibraryThing is headquartered in the West End in Portland. Are you from Maine too?
A place for archivists on LibraryThing.
You read roleplaying rulebooks and sourcebooks from cover to cover. You read tie-in fiction. You read fantasy, horror, science fiction, history, true crime and conspiracy theories to give you fodder…
Can't get enough discussion in your seminars? No one else understands the beauty of a particular device or turn of phrase? Come chat here!
LibraryThing needs a Mac users' group, no?
A place for lawyers (in the widest possible sense), law students and anyone interested in law books, or books about the law or legal practice.
A group for those who want to discuss books and issues from a libertarian/market liberal stand point.
Southeastern PA* booklovers. * A very wide definition of the Philadelphia area/vicinity -- southern NJ/northern DE, even out to Lancaster is ok!
South African writing - and South African members of LibraryThing
Admit it...you’re addicted to LibraryThing. It’s okay, there is no shame in it, and admitting you have a problem is the fist step. Let this group unite LibraryThing addicts from around the globe…
There is a group for the 20- and 40-somethings, so this group is for those of us in between. This is a group for 30-something readers, writers, bibliophiles and collectors to discuss and debate our…
For environmentalists and conservationists.
For those who love Battlestar. The group isn't just limited to fans of the new version, either. People who loved the classic show should definitely feel welcome!
A group for those interested in our furry, feathered, finned friends. Let's paws to discuss our favorite animal-themed books: pet care, animal welfare, fiction, and nonfiction.
For Connecticut Book Lovers!
The group's a big tent for readers who self-identify as working class and who grew up in working-class families and locales, but it is also for anyone who reads books about the working class, books…
Where Mensans discuss literature of all kinds. Or not...
The Society for Creative Anachronism is dedicated to pre-17th-century research and re-creation of the arts and skills of Europe. Our "Known World" consists of 19 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members…
LibraryThing Early Reviewers + Blogs + Tuesdays = Tuesday Thingers!
For all fans of Stephen Colbert and his hilarious "Colbert Report" on Comedy Central. Fans of Jon Stewart and "The Daily Show" are welcome too! Even though Stephen doesn't advocate reading, we hope…
For members and supporters of the Free State Project, an effort to recruit and support Liberty-lovers in their move to New Hampshire. "Live Free or Die!" http://www.nhfree.com…
Do you crochet? Want to? Good. There are more and more crochet books going 'round, so it's a good time to share opinions about them.
University of Illinois GSLIS-ers represent! For those who are/were affiliated with the Graduate School of Library & Information Science at University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
We love Science Fiction and Fantasy and we love SF books and stories written by women. But we didn't see many women represented on the 2006 Hugo Ballot. Thinking about why this might be, we came up…
This is a group for Catholics (and other friendly and interested folk) to discuss books from the science fiction and fantasy genres. The group is not meant to be solely focused on science fiction and…
For teachers of all stripes (elementary, high school, college, university).
This group is for those interested in Freemasonry, both traditional and so-called "fringe-masonry."
For anyone who loves zines as much as they love to LibraryThing. Or more, even. Have you cataloged your zine collection using LibraryThing? Do you want to? What zines do you love? What are you…
For students, alumni and staff of the University of Oxford. And anyone else associated with or interested in the University.
A group for Simmons College students, professors, alums, or anyone else with an interest in the school to gather
Brooklyn is full of readers and writers.
For those interested in watching the sky each night. Anyone who has seen Mercury, who gets excited to watch Jupiter's moons orbit, who knows what Auriga, Capella, Betelgeuse, Rigel, Sirius , Procyon,…
A group for Library Thingers who scrobble music.
A group for (dis)abled-identified readers, writers, and activists and our allies commited to bringing ableist oppression to a grinding halt. We define (dis)ability in the most inclusive sense of the…
You are outgoing or introverted. You are a polymath or a specialist. You are a stickler for process or a 'just get it done' person. Whatever, you are an addict and a pedant ... and a Wikipedian.
Savor our zeitgeist! Chocolate Tags: Chocolate, Cookery-Chocolate, Chocolate Fiction Related Links: Godiva, Hersheys, Chocolate , Ghirardelli, Virtual Chocolate, Cadbury, Guittard, Endangered Species…
For law librarians who use LibraryThing
For students of linguistics at any university to share ideas, experiences, questions, etc.
For rationalist, naturalist Darwinians who live contently with a >99% certainty that there is no god. And who believe that religion, spiritualism, and supernaturalism in general have no place in the…
A group for anyone interested in direct action, anticapitalism, and just generally saving the planet and reclaiming our everyday lives. Ya Basta!
All Christian pastors/ministers/priests are welcome to join this group to share challenges and joys and books to take our ministries beyond Sunday morning.
For members of wordie.org
This group is for lesbians, librarians, or people who want to talk about topics in either.
For Latin@ (Latina or Latino) Library Thingers and for Library Thingers with lots of Latin@ things and for Library Thingers who are just interested in Latin@ things.
This is for people who love Earth and world wide peace.
A place for sex workers (current or retired), sex-positive feminists, and sex labor activists to discuss our favorite books.
Hi! I am a radical unschooling mommy. This group is for all unschoolers and people wanting to unschool to talk, share, help make that huge paradigm shift. Have fun!
For the members of the Neil Gaiman message board, The World's End.
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Kingdom of Northshield. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Kingdom of Northshield, SCA Inc.…
The place to be for Library and Information Sciences students of all levels to discuss changes in the field, schooling, and of course, books!
A group for people living in the Midwest who love to read!
For thingamabrarians who read or write in at least one journal at LiveJournal.com.
This is a group for pantheists - including pantheists, panenetheists, religious naturalists, naturalist unitarian universalists, etc. Pantheism is any doctrine, philosophy, or religious practice that…
This is a group for Otherkin, people who identify in some manner as Other than human. Whether you believe yourself to be elven or fey, dragon or gryphon, wild canine, feline or other sort of nonhuman…
This group is intended to bring together people interested in polyamory, general geekery, and a driving interest in books. (Help me write a better description, please! The muse is not with me…
Kingdom of Caid, Society for Creative Anachronism - SCA (Southern CA, Vegas, and Hawaii)
Everyone interested in adoption...
This is a place for fellow librarythinger's to share their tattoos, ideas for tattoos, ones you've seen you like, etc. So even if you don't have body art feel free to join and jump in the…
Users of Politics.ie
Christians ministers who read in order to find meaning and to nourish their faith. Group is also open to those who simply are interested in whatever we're reading at this time.
This group is for those who study pre-1600 embroidery and needlework techniques in the SCA and in other living history groups. Please tag your books- SCA, pre-1600 embroidery or pre-1600 needlework…
A group to provide a distributed catalogue of books available to contributors to the English Wikipedia, similar to that for the German Wikipedia at Wikipedia-Bibliothek.
For WAGGGS members to find each other and discuss their books and resources. Keywords: Brownies, Rangers, Pathfinders, Guiders, Baden-Powell, BP Juliette Lowe, Guiding, Scouting, Guide, Scout
For members, friends, and alumni of Harvard University. (College and university groups seem to be proliferating, so...)
Fans of the show, the books, the movie and other quality items.
For anyone involved in or interested in the hobby of Geocaching.
A group for exmormons and nonmormons who have an interest in mormonism, because of its colorful history.
You a canadian? This is a group where all canadians are welcome. ( Or people who have interests on traveling to Canada, been to Canada and loved the trip or for whatever.) So all are welcome and…
Discuss books talked about on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
You say "oh I love this book, blah blah blah. I recommend this French book because it's good. this books is helpful for learning this aspect of french literature " and try to say as much as possible…
A group for LibraryThingers from Huntsville, AL to discuss their libraries, books, etc.
This group is for craft junkies who like to make stuff. Please share what you like to make and what books you have read for knowledge or inspiration. What is the source of your creativity? Where do…
A fun and loving way to see the unfortunate dogs and cats in our lives. Includes, names, and fundraising ideas. Join now to help those animals that need you!
Books by Stuyvesant alumni, books with schools that look suspiciously like Stuyvesant, and well, just plain geeky books in general.
Philosophy professors and graduate students
Academic cybrarian, bibliophile & culturista. Mentor to LIS students, grads. Social networking pro. Follow us on TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/nylibrarians. Stephanie's personal mentoring blog:…
For anyone tar heel born or bred! You could even just be going to Carolina in your mind!
For slaves to the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab!
For the wordpress users who are also Librarythingers!
For all the Vampire, werewolf, witch, etc. book lovers!
Advocates of fat liberation, fat acceptance, size acceptance, fat power, Health at Every Size (HAES)
A group for the members of Librivox.org
For all those freegans, vegans and ovo-lactos who love reading and need a place to chat!
This group is for goths that love to read... i surely can not be the only one? i love to talk, so talk to me. bye.
Teach students who read Young Adult (YA) literature? Work in a library serving YA? If you are in a position to teach or present to young people and love to read the same YA books they do, this group…
A group for those who read and study about Diana Princess of Wales.
Forum for folklorists to network and discuss the newest publications in the field, issues in folkloristics, or just chat about current field work and research.
For LTers in Pakistan or of Pakistani descent.
This is a group for people whose learning is not muzzled or yoked to any authority or institution; whose minds are driven to wander and find their own place in the world of ideas.
this is a group for anyone who has a rabbit or loves rabbits! and even if you just want to talk. so just join in and have fun. p.s. we are looking for members if you know anyone who might like this…
Dragon*Con is the largest multi-media, popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the US. Dragon*Con is held Labor Day…
A place for friends to get together and discuss books. We might occasionally have a book (or short story) club selection to discuss as well if we feel like it. Adjunct of the Sackful of Badgers board…
Shire of Trinovantia Nova, Kingdom of Ealdormere - the Society for Creative Anachronism, (London/St. Thomas & Surrounding areas, Ontario)
A resource for folk living in Glasgow to share radical literature - fiction, non-fiction and everything else in between!
Hail, fellow Calontiri - any other Calontiri LTers out there?
A group for RPCVs
The official Bookforum group on LibraryThing.
Mystery lovers who meet monthly in Beaverton, OR
A place to discuss for AOS members
Chicago Public Library Patrons
knitters and readers
A reading group open to all students of Gorseinon College. Share your appreciation of your favourite books or your dislike of your most hated books with the rest of the college.
For the SCA Barony of Southron Gaard in the Kingdom of Lochac (in and around Christchurch, New Zealand).
This is a group for members who are also active on 43things.com
This is a group for editors of all varieties: line editors, editors-in-chief, design editors, copy editors, proofreaders, and anyone else who is a member of the editing profession. Share ideas,…
This is a group for students attending at SIS and graduates to talk and share their views on the books that they have read in the past.
This is a group for those students who are attending SIS and graduates to talk about books and share their views of the books that they read.
For people who want to or already do support the A.S.P.C.A (american socioty for the provention of cruelty to animals)
Current or former employees of Microsoft. No confidential work-related discussion, please.
Books of interest to legal practitioners
This is a group (based out of Constitution Marina in Boston harbor) created as a way to let other nearby boaters know what kinds of resources are available - right in their own backyard. If you have…
Any other realtors and book lovers?
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Barony of Marinus. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Barony of Marinus, SCA Inc. It is…
An open group for bellydancers to discuss, inform and review books about bellydancing, including technique, costuming, history of bellydance [aka raqs sharqi]
For denizens of Making Light, the blog of Teresa & Patrick Nielsen Hayden & Friends. There's no LT discussion forum for this group, since we don't want to steal worthwhile chatter from Making Light's…
A special LibraryThing group for Crimespace members. Crimespace is a place for readers and writers of crime fiction to schmooze, booze and draw up plans for the heist to end all heists. Find new…
books discussed/mentioned on Amy Goodman's tv/radio show DemocracyNow! at democracynow.org
A group for ELT professionals to discuss books they read both professionally and for pleasure
For teachers of AP World History to talk about books WE read (or want to read). NOT necessarily the books we assign the kiddies. Give yourself a break from them for a little while and relax with us!…
This is an evolving destination for LibraryThing members actively involved in the exciting world of cross-platform content development, production, and management. Feel free to contribute industry…
Interested in Ruby, Rails, Ajax or programming in general and live around Madison, WI? Join up!
The Honourable Company of Seamstresses and Tailors - the Costumers Guild of the SCA Kingdom of Trimaris
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Kingdom of AEthelmearc. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Kingdom of AEthelmearc, SCA Inc.…
a space for queer people of color on librarything
Group for teens in Parma, NY (and beyond) to share what they're reading without having to get out of their house!
Members of Jim Butcher.com message boards.
Book club for members of the Canadian web site also known as CKA. www.canadaka.net
Group for Canadian Liberals, also known as the Grits. "Canada's natural governing party" www.liberal.ca www.canadaka.net www.progressivebloggers.ca www.liblogs.ca
For members of the Shire of Shadowed Stars, Middle Kingdom, SCA
Suggested books about virtual worlds, online games, conversational characters, NCPs, avatarics, and other metaverse issues, provided by HeadCase members.
For members of the SCA in the Barony of Sternfeld, Midrealm (the greater Indianapolis area) to better be able to share their resources.
For all members of writing.com who have profiles at Library Thing! Please introduce yourself and let us know what your handle is at WDC. :-)
We are a small book group just starting out. We meet the last Wednesday of every month at Borders Bookstore in Boston. Please join us!
This group is for sharing group and personal libraries held throughout the SCA Kingdom of Trimaris. We encourage any member of the populace to join and include your historical reference materials in…
For students at the University of Massachusetts in Boston. Hopefully your bookshelf contains more than just textbooks!
Students from the Library and Information Technician program at Algonquin College.
A group for all those who love books and the school on Chestnut Hill.
This group focuses on books, reference materials and documents of interest to SCA members who have Persian personas, alternate Persian personas etc. *** You do not have to be a member of the SCA to…
This group is for sharing group and personal libraries held throughout the SCA Kingdom of Trimaris, Barony of Wyvernwoode. We encourage any member of the populace to join and include your historical…
For members of the SCA in the Barony of Dun Carraig, Kingdom of Atlantia. Barony members and friends are invited to join. **unofficial group**
Members of an internet chat room
Students, staff, faculty, alumni, etc. of the iSchool.
A group for the University of Warwick society of the same name.
Incipient Shire of Trystelle Tre, Kingdom of Trimaris, of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA, Inc.).
For members of the SCA in the Barony of Calafia, Kingdom of Caid. Barony members and friends are invited to join. **unofficial group** Calafia is one of the founding baronies in Kingdom of Caid…
A place for members of the Berkeley community to share their personal libraries.
This group is for Objectivists on LibraryThing. If you enjoyed Tara Smith's "Ayn Rand's Normative Ethics" and any of Rand's non-fiction then this group is for you.
from the FOI Manifesto: "Growing numbers of people are rediscovering their love for the Goddess. At first, this love may seem to be no more than an inner feeling. But soon it develops; it becomes a…
Does pretty much what it says on the tin, basically. A meeting place for people unfortunate enough to work in libraries who can't stand bloody books. I know you're out there. Come on, give me your…
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Barony of Ponte Alto. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Kingdom of Atlantia, SCA Inc. It…
A group for everyone connected with Boston University
We are a group of comic book afficionados, writers, artists, and cartoonists. We meet weekly in Harvard Square. Membership is open to anyone - check out our website and join the mailing list. Look…
A group for members of the Kingdom of Ansteorra, a region of the Society of Creative Anachronism, a non-profit medieval re-creation group. Share the books you use in researching your participation.
A group for ThinkPotter members to talk about their Libraries
A loose group of foodies located in (you guessed it) northeast Ohio who cook together, do the occasional road trip and assist in local SCA feasts. We get together once a month as able to discuss…