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A Page From the Book Festival of the MJCCA


The MJCCA's Page from the Book Festival brings a prestigious array of authors to the Atlanta community throughout the year.
Expanding on the success of the November Book Festival of the MJCCA, Page From events allow the MJCCA to continue fostering a love of reading and enabling interaction with our prestigious array of authors throughout the year.

Wednesday, March 18
» 7:30 pm Harlan Coben
The Boy from the Woods
Wednesday, April 1
» 7:30 pm Barry Sonnenfeld
Barry Sonnenfeld, Call Your Mother: Memoirs of a Neurotic Filmmaker
Sunday, April 19
» 7:30 pm Gigi Levangie
Been There, Married That: A Novel
Thursday, April 30
» 7:30 pm Casey Cep
Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee
Tuesday, May 12
» 7:30 pm Brad Meltzer
The Lincoln Conspiracy
Sunday, June 7
» 7:30 pm Steve Madden
The Cobbler

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The Book Festival of the MJCCA is an ongoing story with a thrilling new chapter added each year. This amazing gathering of literary talent wouldn't be possible without generous contributions. Thanks to ongoing donor support, our festival has grown from an ambitious literary vision to one of the most anticipated and highly regarded literary and cultural arts events in the nation. Please help us to continue telling our story! Become a Patron today!

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