The ACH mentoring group is sponsoring a yearlong, public book club based on the English-language version of Programming Historian. Open to all (including non-members of ACH), newcomers to the topic and to digital humanities work through a Programming Historian lesson together in a supportive environment with one or two more experienced participants able to help and answer questions. The workshop this semester will take place on April 13th from 3:00-4:30, featuring one of the most recent articles in the journal “Interactive Fiction in the Humanities Classroom: How to Create Interactive Text Games Using Twine” presented by its author Dr. Gabi Kirilloff. Registration is required to receive the zoom link. Please join us!