Boulder JCC LitFest In Your Living Room

The Boulder JCC is proud to be part of a consortium of Jewish Community Centers from across the country to present over 30 authors this fall. From their living rooms to yours, LitFest brings together many New York Times Bestselling authors to share their process, inspiration, and details on their latest books. Readers from all over the country will be able to hear a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction authors, celebrities, and memoirists share their stories. Our line up includes journalists, several Pulitzer Prize winners, National Book Critics Circle Award-winning authors, and a National Jewish Book Award winner.

The new Boulder JCC LitFest is a cornucopia of local, national, and international authors, in the comfort of your own home through Zoom.

Highlights of the schedule include:

View our entire LitFest lineup

Presented in partnership with the following JCC Consortium: Atlanta, Baltimore, Boulder, Cherry Hill, Dallas, Ft. Lauderdale, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Memphis, Miami, Rochester, and Seattle. We encourage you to support our local Boulder Bookstore with the purchase of these books. LitFest is generously supported by our Visionary Sponsor Design Studio & Front Range Design Center.

There is a nominal fee for most speakers or you can purchase a season pass for the LitFest speakers (September – December) for $180 (does not include those that require a book with ticket purchase). PURCHASE LITFEST FALL PASS. We want to ensure our programs are available to everyone in our community. Please contact Jodi Zicklin at jodi@boulderjcc.org if you need assistance to participate.

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