Literary Trivia

In honor of the observances of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Holocaust Remembrance Day, we are hosting a  SOCIAL JUSTICE-THEMED virtual trivia night! Questions will be based on general literature, children’s literature and books adapted to movies and television.

Enjoy a fun evening with friends from near and far, and a chance to win great prizes, all while supporting one of our city’s greatest resources — Nashville Public Library!

Wednesday, January 13 | 6:30 p.m. CST

Team Registration ($30) –  Get your friends together to form a team! Social distancing? Come together virtually on one device, and display the game on a different device.

Company Sponsored Team ($50) –   Are you looking for fun opportunities to keep your employees connected while showing your appreciation for them and our great public library?  As a company team, you will receive brand exposure, logo inclusion and mentions throughout the online trivia event.

Recommended team size is 6 players. 

Individual Registration ($10) – Literary buff in quarantine? Play on your own!

How it Works

  • To play, you will need two different websites open – Zoom and MentiIf you do not already have a Zoom account we recommend you register for a free account in advance. You do not need to sign up with Menti in advance.
  • During our trivia game, Zoom enables you to see and hear the quiz master and maybe see some of your fellow participants if they choose to leave their cameras on.
  • Mentimeter is the quiz platform that allows you to read and answer the questions, as well as see who is in the lead.
  • You will receive an email with the Zoom Meeting ID and Menti pass code the day before the event.

Not “tech” savvy? Have no fear! Both platforms are user-friendly. We start off with a practice round to make sure everyone is comfortable, and we offer tech support throughout the game.

Questions? Please contact Sara Wigal, Event Chair, at nextchapternashville@gmail.com.

Save the Dates for Spring 2021 Games!

March 24 | 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. – Ladies of Literature
May 12 | 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. – Literature and Film/TV